Whiskey-friendly Tunes at Tritone March 5

Published in The Deli Philadelphia – Saturday, March 5, 2011

There’s nothing I like more than taking in a show that’s just like downing a bottle of whiskey. It’s got that warming kick–a white-hot brashness that’s smooth and lingering. And that’s the only way you should describe tonight’s show at Tritone. It’ll be a set of liquid fire melodies. There’s The Lawsuits‘ intricately modernized Americana that can either breathe a fire in your belly or pull strings in your soul (their forthcoming album, Darleen, should be no different). Then there’s the Levee Drivers, who will have already warmed-up earlier at the PBR Crafting Challenge show, with their salty, brazen, good ol’ fashioned backwoods rockabilly that oozes sweaty swagger. And, lastly, you have Ron Gallo of Toy Soldiers, who encompasses the rebel strut of snotty blues-rock. I won’t be able to make the show, so go on and have one for me.Tritone, 1508 South St., 9pm, 21+ – Annamarya Scaccia


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