Last Sunday marked the second time in as many nights that yours truly caught the Face To Face tour with Teenage Bottlerocket, Blacklist Royals and Joshua Black Wilkins. I had planned on taking in both nights strictly as a fan, but the better half and I brought the camera along and combined to take some decent photos, particularly of the tour’s stop at The Sinclair in Cambridge, so I figured I’d share.
If you’ve not taken in this tour yet, you really should. And if you do, get there early. East Nashville’s Joshua Black Wilkins’ sparse, gravelly alt-blues set is not to be missed. Fellow Nashvillians (is that what they’re called) Blacklist Royals brought their tight, punk-infused brand of rock with a set that featured a healthy dose of brand new material from their yet-to-be-released sophomore album, “Die Young With Me.” Teenage Bottlerocket’s energy and audience participation got the small-yet-vocal crowd at The Sinclair amped up. And Face To Face battled through a few technical difficulties for an otherwise well-oiled set that, at long last, finally got the older-than-normal crowd to break out in a few circle pits. And they played “Bikeage”!
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