BUSTER BLUE w/Reilly Coyote & Mostecelo at Liquid 1.20.12
1/20/12 BUSTER BLUE, Reilly Coyote, & Mostecelo @ Liquid
click the link below to WATCH THE LIVE STREAM (approx. 10PM-2AM MST)
Reno’s own Buster Blue is back in Boise. The boot stompin indie folk band has an arsenal of instruments. Accordion, megaphone, chains, mandolin, violin, guitar, drums, and a five gallon bucket. Buster Blue will be joined by local string band Reilly Coyote and solo performance by Mostecelo. See these artists live at Liquid Lounge on Friday, January 20th, 2012. Come early for Liquid Laughs comedy show 8-9:30PM and stay for live music from 10PM-2AM.
Buster Blue is a indie-infused, folk-driven band with an “eclectic sound that jumps from breezy folk pop to loud unhinged rock and sounds like it belongs in an illicit speakeasy retrofitted for the new millennium”.
Buster Blue was the featured band for the Rock’n’Bowla event supporting the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson Research in Los Angeles at L.A. Live.
The band is continuing their “breakout” touring with performances at the Fall Strawberry Music Festival, Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle, WA, Millpond Music Festival among several events and live performances.
Here is more about the band…
Buster Blue website:
Buster Blue on Facebook:
You can hear the music here:
You can see the band perform here:
“Bloody Your Teeth”
The band is comprised of five band members, most of whom alternate through an arsenal of instruments that includes banjo, accordion, trumpet, trombone, chain-links and more, along with the traditional guitar/bass/drums combo.
In January 2010, Buster Blue recorded their first full-length album, “When the Silver’s Gone”. They chose to not enter a studio to record, but wanted a special setting for their first album. Thus, in the middle of winter, the band hunkered down in a historic opera house in Virginia City, Nevada that once hosted performers such as Harry Houdini to record. The opera house seemed the ideal setting to capture the emotional depth of that particular set of songs. As well, they were able to acquire (on loan) chains from the Johnny Cash estate that were used on a couple of his recordings to use in their recordings…The album was produced by Zak Girdis and Kevin Bosley. Kevin was the assistant engineer on the Avett Brothers recent release.
Buster Blue brings more than music to their performance. If people are willing to pay for a show, they’re sure as hell going to put one on that folks will be glad they didn’t miss.
Buster Blue has performed with artists including: Margot and the Nuclear So & So’s, Devil Makes Three, Jason Webley, Langhorne Slim, O’Death T-Model Ford, The Dexter Romweber Duo, Norfolk & Western, Magnolia Electric Co,, Justin Gordon, Jaguar Love, David Vandervelde, Rocky Votolato, El Olio Wolof, Jason Anderson, The Deadly Syndrome, Bob Log III, Golden Boots, Rademacher, and The Pharmacy.
News on Buster Blue….
“Buster Blue is poised to be the most important band to ever emerge from the Reno indie music scene” -Reno Tahoe Tonight
“This week’s Band of the Week has got to be, hands down, the most different type of music ever to win a band battle” -Rock It Blog (1 of 4 finalists beating hundreds for Band of the Year)
“The whole record feels…epic.” -Album Review by Reno Metromix
“folk with a purpose”: a disk that has the brevity and force of a challenge to put a sure sign”. -Ondarock Blog (Italy)
“Youngsters from Reno gaining traction with big sound” – D Magazine
“The diverse sextet (band members include a trombonist and a clarinetist with mean bari sax chops) exhibited awesome energy and had numerous onlookers singing and dancing to their upbeat, wholesome vibes.”-Las Vegas Weekly