Saturday, August 09, 2008
Regis was right!
It was "a lotta fun."
The Brothers Gluey with all the Santa Fe contingent of thier Established Gentlemen band played a nice long show pacekd with madness, mayhem and raw funk at the Santa Fe Brewing Company Friday night.
I hadn't seen them in a decade or so, but just a couple of minutes into "Gluey Brothers Creep" I recalled jsut about everything I ever loved about these guys.
And it only got better from there. They played all my favorite tunes --"Penny and the Young Buck," "Pinon Lurker," "Walk Belly Cologne" -- and they even dedicated a song to me, "Coffee Shop Tribute," thanks to what I said about the "Reuben Kincaid" line in Friday's Tune-up.
Let's pressure the brothers to not stay away for so long.
Check out my Gluey snapshots HERE.
It was a great night of rock 'n' roll in Santa Fe. Before The Glueys, I saw my son's band Outta Gear play at Warehouse 21.
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