Posted by: Nick | January 24, 2009

REVIEW: The Seedy Seeds @ Skull Alley – 1/23

We got a chance to catch The Seedy Seeds show at Skull Alley on Friday night and loved every second of it.  We saw them last summer at the Forecastle Fest and as soon as we heard that they were coming back down from Cincy, we had the show on our calendar.  My favorite song of the evening just so happened to be the one we took video of, “The Little Patton.”  If you watch until the end, you can see a short cover of Journey’s “Lights.”  Now that is what I call a good combo.  Every time I see them, I like them even better.  You can kinda get an idea from the pictures, but they put off such a positive vibe during the show, that you leave feeling more energized than when you arrived.   Word is they will be making another trip to Louisville this year, so we will keep our ear to the ground and let you know.

On a side note, Skull Alley is looking great.  It is quickly becoming one of Louisville go-to music venue and I could not be happier that it is only a few blocks from my house.  There is a show there three or four nights a week and it is always with a reasonable cover and solid artists.  Two future shows that come to mind there: (1) Frontier(s), Ultra Pulverize, and Workers on Feb. 6 and (2) Matt and Kim w/ Hollywood Holt on Feb. 28.  Cheers to our friends at Skull Alley for all the great work they are doing!

The Seedy Seeds- The Little Patton

More pics below the break…

The Seedy Seeds


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