Friday, 25 November 2016

The Boston Shakers Live in The Cavern Club

With thanks to Nicki Vinall Photography ©
It's always nice to get out on a road-trip and when the chance presented itself to catch The Boston Shakers as support to Xander and The Peace Pirates for their album launch in Liverpool it was too good an opportunity to pass up. 

The Boston Shakers closed the recent Ralph's Life event for Musicians Against Homelessness in St Helens and very nearly brought the roof down, so it was going to be interesting seeing them do their thang in a sold out Cavern Club.

In true Boston Shakers style they hit the stage running with Best Things In Life For Free, with Lucas playing fastest finger first building up the beats and charismatic front man Alex flowing at machine gun speed over Jordan Kennie's manic guitar playing.

They're loud, tight and entertaining as they thrash through their set. In no uncertain terms The Boston Shakers are staking their claim as one of the best unsigned bands on the live circuit.

They've already got a bank of tracks that are fast becoming classics, none more so than their electric rendition of Black Magic where again frantic guitar play and speed of sound vocals backed by the heaviest of beats got the Cavern Club crowd jumping.

They finished off by throwing a hoedown with a barn stomping rendition of Keep Of That Grass

Next up they're supporting Electric Six in O2 Academy in Liverpool followed by Space in The Arts Club and it's onwards and upwards for The Boston Shakers.

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