Listen up Bostonians, and any other Northeasterns that may be in the area – a show you do not want to miss is coming up on Thursday, April 22nd. The Revivalists, a 7-man band filled with old-school spirit and new-age appreciation, are coming to The Sinclair of Cambridge in Cambridge, MA and bringing a wild mixture of genres to the stage.
The Revivalists have been providing their voluptuous sound since 2007 with members Ed Williams on pedal steel guitar, David Shaw on vocals, Zack Feinberg on guitar, Rob Ingraham on sax, Georges Gekas on bass, Andrew Campanelli on drums and Michael Girardot on keys and trumpet. Like their extensive list of instruments, their sound has been plunging from traditional rock to airy acoustics to funky beats reminiscent of their New Orleans hometown – a musical jambalaya, some may call it.
This is the kind of band that will blow the roof off of a 30,000 person warehouse, let alone an intimate venue like The Sinclair. Their live set has so much sound and energy you’ll walk out of the show needing a slap in the face to wake you from the heavy trance you were just in. Lovers of all genres and a wild time are bound to enjoy this one.
So don’t be afraid of the musical revival these fervent performers have in store – you know you want to be a part of it. Get your tickets for The Revivalists at The Sinclair, 4/22 here
…and give them a listen if you’re still unconvinced:
Studio version of Navigate Below
Live version of Concrete (Fish out of Water)