|01.11.2023||Kulturhuset i Bergen|
- Dato: 01.11.2023
- Scene: Kulturhuset i Bergen
- Pris: 350,-
- Scene: Hovedsalen
- Innslipp: 19:00
- Konsertstart: 20:00
- Vergeordning: Ja
Kulturhuset i Bergen, Perfect Sounds Forever presenterer:
Denne gangen kommer The Sadies som trio, etter at Dallas Good brått vart sjuk i fjor. Dallas rakk å ta del i innspelinga av studioalbumet ”Colder Streams” før han gjekk bort. Albumet er nummer 11 i gullrekka til det makalause Toronto-bandet, produsert av Richard Reed Parry fra Arcade Fire, kritikarrost og prisbelønt bl.a. med prisen for beste ”Adult Alternative Album” under årets Juno Awards i Canada.
The Sadies anno 2023:
Travis Good – vokal, gitar, fele/banjo/mandolin
Sean Dean – bass
Mike Belitsky – trommer.
Fra det engelske presseskrivet:
With a deep fondness and reverence for the best of CBGB – country, bluegrass, garage and blues – The Sadies are equally informed and influenced by everything from 60s garage and psychedelic rock to surf instrumentals and punk rock. Since they first arrived on the North American scene in 1994, the Toronto-based roots-rockers have developed, even perfected, a style of music uniquely their own.
Without doubt or qualification, The Sadies are one of North America’s greatest extant rock’n’roll bands – just as they have been for the last quarter-century. Versatile and imaginative, they skip from astral psychedelia to shuffling bucolics and leap from puckish pop to righteous garage-rock without losing momentum or mastery. Their albums deliver masterclasses on pointed songwriting, lockstep harmonies, and a devil-may-care attitude to expectations and past successes.
With their preternatural musicianship and vocal harmonies, The Sadies can blow pretty much any band off the stage – anyone who’s ever seen them live knows that. But what is sometimes overlooked is their superlative songwriting. With ”Colder Streams” they’ve delivered one of their most memorable albums yet: 11 distrinctively original new songs imbued with melody, mystery and that indefinable Sadies magic. I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: most bands only get worse with age – much, much worse – The Sadies continue to confound us by getting better and better.
(Mike Stax/Ugly Things magazine)