Thursday, May 21, 2009

And Now a Word from The In Out

Friday Night 5/22/09
SCENE: Plough and Stars in Cambridge
and Saturday Night 5/30/09
SCENE: The Midway Cafe in Jamaica Plain

Todd Nudelman at Church this February

The Old In-Out: If there's one intrinsic quality we like in our music I guess the most important one would be authenticity. Having "a real" quality to the music and the band itself makes the whole thing a lot more approachable for listeners... Well there's not many bands more authentic than Boston's The In Out. We love their patented unpolished old-school, throwback sound. Fuzzy guitars entangled with drums, songs punctuated by two-part harmonies - it's the perfect neighborhood rock and roll. The band: Todd Nudelman (vocals/guitar), Nick Blakey (bass/vocals/keys), and Richard Adkins (drums).

DOING IT IN PUBLIC: On Friday (5/22) in Cambridge you will have the chance to see the band perform at the Plough and Stars (one of our neighborhood bars in Cambridge) with Cotton Candy. And a week from Saturday (5/30), The In Out play longtime favorite bar The Midway Cafe in Jamaica Plain. (On the bill with The Figgs) Both venues will let listeners take their hair down and enjoy some great rock. This might be your last chance for a while to catch The In Out as they take a period off from live performing. Get there and Let Loose!!

The In Out

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