July 14, 2008

Supergrass at the Larimer Lounge tonight

Supergrass and I had a hot date tomorrow night at the Foo Fighters show at Red Rocks, but then Dave Grohl went and got sick.

To soothe our wounds until the make-up dates in September, Supergrass is going to play a Denver show anyway tonight at the teensy Larimer Lounge. Should be a rad evening; their new album packs a swaggering punch with a surprising hint of dare I say glam. Los Angeles band Year Long Disaster opens.

Diamond Hoo Ha Man – Supergrass

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  • Sorry to hear they had to cancel the show. I was lucky enough to see them here in Seattle last week. I’ve listened to them forever but this was my first show and it ROCKED!! Dave is a great front man and had us laughing in between rocking out! It’ll be worth the wait when they come back in the fall. I continue to enjoy your writing ~ thanks for all the great music and info.

    Vital73 — July 14, 2008 @ 1:22 pm

  • Sweet bonus to still get to see the ‘Grass in a tiny venue. Enjoy!

    LBDG — July 14, 2008 @ 2:15 pm

  • It will be a great gig , I have a review on my site from their gig in paris in June. Going to see them again in september cant wait!

    Indie Sessions — July 15, 2008 @ 2:58 am

  • It was an amazing gig — they only did one set but they rocked the (tiny) house. There were maybe 60-70 ppl there, tops, but the small venue and format seemed to amplify their energy, if anything. Great encore with “Caught By The Fuzz” in their original 3-piece configuration with Gaz, Mick and Danny!

    Larry — July 15, 2008 @ 12:28 pm

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