Girls, Guns and Glory's love for early rock ’n’ roll, true country, raw blues and pretty much any kind of authentic American music branded them quickly as anomalous — and electrifying. Since that time they’ve barnstormed far beyond their Boston hometown, playing honky-tonks, beer joints and more recently concert venues throughout the U.S. They’ve amassed a loyal legion of fans along the way. The media have noticed too, including Rolling Stone, which heralds them as a “modern-day Buddy Holly plus Dwight Yoakam divided by the Mavericks.”
Now, in this milestone year, with Girls Guns & Glory recording for the first time on its own label, the group has channeled all it’s experience into its most personal and, paradoxically, hardest-rocking release to date.
Nothing could be better news for those who have loved Girls Guns & Glory. Nothing cangive more hope to all still waiting for their faith in real, honest-to-God American music to be restored.
Show starts at 10 p.m.