Music, Went There

Every Kim Parcell, Faun and a Pan Flute, Alosi Den, Luxardo @ Out of the Blue



The grand entertainer Luxardo started out the show with some of his mad man antics. Through his mix of jokes and wild covers the crowd, was laughing along the entire time. Luxardo did everything from playing “Go Fish” with an audience member, to using his shoes as a musical instrument. His act was ended on a literal high note when he was supported on backing vocals by the Hassle’s very own Sam Potrykus.

Up next was power house Alosi Den. This trio brought an intensity to their act through their great musicality. The crowd was up and dancing the entire time enjoying this awesome band.

A cellist, saxophonist, xylophonist, and tubist walk into a Boston Hassle show, this is no joke this was the incredible instrumental group Faun And A Pan Flute from Atlanta. The compositions from this group moved so fluidly, it put the audience into a trance. The group even premiered some of their new songs which was very exciting.


Finishing up the night was Every Kim Parcell, made up of members from the Particulars and Tredici Bacci. This funky group filled the gallery with some experimental sounds that brought a warm fuzzy feeling. Being known for their unpredictability, the set was turned up a level when Billy Mcshane accompanied the group on saxophone.

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