Say Darling and  Soggy Po Boys

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3S Artspace 319 Vaughan Street Portsmouth, NH 03801

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  • 3 hours
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Say Darling and Soggy Po Boys
Saturday, February 11
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
$18 Member / $20 General Admission
All ages / Partially seated

About Say Darling:

" ...a brutal force of badass bluesy goodness" - Red Line Roots

"Between Woodsmith's smoky vocals, Hersch's guitar, the Hammond organ, and powerful bass and drum lines, Say Darling tends toward a big, groovable, movable sound" - The Boston Globe

Blending distinctive original songs with classic tunes that pay homage to a shared musical heritage, Say Darling evokes the funky drive of Little Feat, the moving vocals of Bonnie Raitt and the instrumental prowess of the Tedeschi-Trucks Band.

A 'lethal combination of all-star musicians'(Manchester Ink) from the New England roots rock scene, the quintet can go from pin-drop silence to a cascading roar in the span of one song, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

About Soggy Po Boys:

"Although New Hampshire isn’t the most obvious home for a group so devoted to the culture of The Big Easy, the Soggy Po’ Boys seem genuine in their ambition to spread the word about jazz New Orleans style, and they’re creating an accessible and fun way into this world." -London Jazz News

The Soggy Po Boys, native to New England, have quickly become an institution. They are spreading the good news of New Orleans music across the northeast and beyond, playing at concert halls and street corners; music festivals and burlesque festivals; bars and libraries; wherever the party requires. Part of the beauty of New Orleans music is that it's celebrated and appreciated wherever it goes, from the street to the theater.

Exploring the vast musical traditions of New Orleans and expanding their repertoire to look beyond NOLA jazz, the band includes traditional Caribbean tunes (it’s been said that New Orleans is the northernmost city in the Caribbean), as well as Meters funk, soul, and brass band / street beat music.

...These guys have done their homework, worked it out on the bandstand and put in the hours in the studio. It all adds up to a party you can bring with you when you want to treat your friends to a real good time.” -Ben Schenck of New Orleans’ Panorama Jazz Band

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