The ever-improving Uncle Sonny and Lazy Way Out brought the heat to Waterbury last night for some pre-game Turkey Day festivities. Between the smoking, improv-heavy "Don't Stop Lover" and a some fun debut covers, this was a nice prep for the inevitable turkey butt that will ensue later on tonight. Check out some videos below!
In the midst of our daily trials and tribulations, it's important to remember that with a little endurance, at end of the day, everything is fine. With a little courage, try to remember that everything is fine. With some confidence, know that EVERYTHING IS FINE.
Sometimes it takes a power trio to remind us of these things.
My apologies for all the positive chatter, but as GM played tonight, I sincerely had a "look to the cookie" moment:
Time and time again, this band never fails to bring a group of people together and help us remember the things we truly value- the company of our friends (and "Whale" jams). I'm pretty fucking thankful for that periodic reminder.
The Shamrock, Waterbury, CT
Better Than Before>
Wave to the Future
On the Run>
Happy Birthday Paula
Eye to Eye
Got a Grip> (1)
I Can't Go For That (1) (2) (3)
Helter Skelter (4)
Baba O' Riley>
Maneater (1) (2)
Chameleon (1) (5)
So Far Gone>
*First time played
(1) Featuring Josh Bruneau on Trumpet
(2) Featuring Jim C on lead vocals
(3) Contained "In the Hall of the Mountain King (Peer Gynt)" (Edvard Greig) tease
(4) Featuring Bill C on lead vocals
(5) Contained "Wolfman's Brother" (Phish) tease
"Everything's Fine" and "Already Gone" were debuted. No bass fires were reported at this show.
All dick sucking bullshit aside, the following jams are supremely badass and should stay in your rotation for quite a while. If you don't agree, we don't have much in common and you should stop reading my blog.