Blues / Acid Jazz / Alternative Rock
come to the Bees Deluxe Foundation Room show at the House of Blues in Boston on
Thursday evening Feb 14th.
have free admission passes for anyone whop wants on posted on our website at: www.beesdeluxe.com
- simply print one out and bring it with you for free admission!
and please feel free to pass this message on to any friends
in the Boston area who like real live music!
Thanks for reading.
"As Bees Deluxe continues to develop and progress musically, one can;t help but
notice the similarities between Dire Straits and the Bees. Maybe it's because the
bandleader is English or maybe it's just because the songwriting and Stratocaster
sounds like a similar rail to Mark Knopfler. Whatever the reason, Bees Deluxe/s
latest offering Trouble in Paradise manages to satisfy both aurally and visually.
From the uniquely crafted album artwork conceived by drummer Patrick Sanders to
the inventive musical arrangements and lyrics of Warre and the spot-on interpretations
by newest members of the group keyboardist Jon Gamble and bassist Joe McCeachern.
From the high steppin' album opener "That's What I'm Living For," the funky "Don't
Look Happy," to the upbeat instrumental free-for-all "Chromascoping" to the funky
chic of "New Jersey Turnpike" and a reverent nod to Hendrix on "Lost in Space,"
Bees Deluxe are in total control of the soundscapes. Now all they need is for you
to jump. Superb!" D.S., Metronome Magazine
"Bees Deluxe are following
an important tradition as recording artists by releasing a live concert album. The
album is called livevil, which could be pronounced live evil or live-ville. The
point is that it is a live album that captures Bees Deluxe in their hard-hitting,
jamming blues glory." Bill Copeland, Bill Copeland Music News
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