|The California Honeydrops|
Gipsy Moon started the night's celebration by playing their haunting gypsy style of folk music. They are a local band out of Nederland, CO. Andrew Conley's cello playing made the four piece have a remarkably spacious tone. He played standing up with only the help of a brace on his back. The last time I saw the band was when they opened for DeVotchka on Halloween dressed as the Addams Family. The band was out of costume this time, but singer Mackenzie Page did have on a witch inspired hat. Making everyday Halloween.
|Photo by The Rock and Roll Princess|
After Frution's first set, it was announced a Soul Train Dance Line was about to start. Security parted the crowd with a open space to start the dance line. At that point, Michael Jackson's P.Y.T. (Pretty young Thing) played over the PA. Since the audience was either too young or too stoned to know what a Soul Train Dance Line was, they just closed up the space and danced ... badly. That's when it was time for me to leave.
See you at the next show.