- White Eagle Saloon |
- Friday, October 12, 2012
- 9:30 p.m. |
- $6 advance, $6 day of show |
- 21 and over
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About Brownish Black
East Coast meets Midwest meets West Coast in this original eight- piece soul project founded by Motor City transplant M.D. Sharbatz: super tight rhythm section underneath powerful horns, bleeding keys, sexy guitar and two soulful powerhouses up on the mic.
"... garage soulsters Brownish Black remind the listener of the halcyon days of yore when the British invasion Animals absorbed American R&B, then sweat it back out their pores over crazed listeners in the former colonies." - Portland Tribune 2010
"The stew of influences making up Brownish Black has a curious chemistry to it. Theirs is a ragged mix of old-school R&B soul and garage rock I didn't even know I was missing until I first heard them and realized I couldn't remember the last time I'd heard a good band in the tradition of Them or the Animals. It's sweaty and loose enough to be dynamic but formal enough that the chorus always follows the verse. It's a genuinely exciting thing to hear M.D. Sharbatz wrap his yelping, yearning voice around Vicki Porter's solid harmonies and belt like the '70s never happened." DAVE BOW - Portland Mercury
About Radio Raheem
RADIO RAHEEM has gone back along the space time continuum to create their own epic brand of party rock- old school hip hop, dance, soul and new wave intermingle with huge vocals, fuzzed out guitars, synths and lyrics about atomic bombs, summers, zombies, robots, dancing and being a bad ass. If Tina Turner (Beyond Thunder Dome ), Gorillaz, Talking Heads, and Black Eyed Peas had a Jersey Shore level party, Radio Raheem would be there, rocking the house.Map & Directions