Local support act Keturah wowed the crowd with soaring vocals and haunting melodies.
Keturah’s much-anticipated debut solo album will be coming out later this year.
Her band (Pierre-Luc Clément and Yolande Laroche) provided a backdrop of percussion, keys and clarinet, along with Keturah’s own guitar work, which helped highlight her strong vocals and songwriting skills.
Travis Good plays a well-loved Gretsch against a backdrop of vintage amps, which create a massive and authentic backdrop to their tight vocal harmonies.
The Sadies have a unique ability to summon elements of rock and alt-country and bring the combination of the two to a frenzied finish.
You can’t help but have an appreciation for the custom guitar work seen in Dallas Good’s Telecaster, which he made good use of as they played selections from their massive catalog of music.
The band tore through their set, with multiple instrument changes and often seamless transitions from one song to the next.
Dallas Good provided solid vocals and guitar work throughout the set. He made a point of thanking the capacity crowd for braving the snow and coming out to the show.
As a guitarist myself, Travis Good’s incredible guitar skills were a highlight of the night.
The 27 Club was packed from front to back for the sold out show.