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Headlining BobFest 2014 11-7 B66 is on at 6 PM
Boheme '66 & Charles Boheme (solo) @ Steel Bridge Songfest 2013, June 13-16. Tickets go on sale March 1st.
Alt-blues rock band, Boheme '66, gets out for a rare River Valley gig at Bob's BBQ on Hwy 14 near Arena, WI (about a half hour west of Madison). The night will start out with an acoustic folk-n-blues set tinged with psychedelia by Charles Boheme featuring an accent on live solo looping, followed by some lowdown electric barbecued psychedelic blues-rawk from Boheme '66. (Guitarist Jack Whaley will be joining the band for several songs.) Lots of original music of course. Covers likely include songs by Junior Kimbrough, Howlin' Wolf, Black Keys, U2, Screaming Jay Hawkins, Doors, Richard Hawley, Gotye, and others. Come, order up some delicious smoky meat, and enjoy a little bit of the sweet and the lowdown. No cover..
Psychedelic blues garage rawkers Bohéme '66 will throw down a musical St. Patrick's Day at Freddy Valentine's Public House in beautiful downtown Spring Green on Saturday, March 16th starting around 10 PM. Charles Bohéme will lead off with a short solo set (looping likely) and then B66 will lay down their peculiar version of rocknessitude. Both will feature a heavy mix of originals with some covers (including several Irish songs/bands being featured in celebration of the holiday)
Bohéme '66, the entire band, will play a full set at The Nautical Inn, sometime after 10 PM for SBSF 2012. Charles Boheme may also be seen earlier in the day on one of the two outdoor stages at the Holiday Music Motel from 12:30-5:30.
Sounds Like: The Black Keys, The Doors, Iggy And The Stooges, Warren Haynes, Gov't Mule
Label: Absinthe Garage
Manager: Absinthe Associates
Bio: Bohéme '66 is a Madison/Spring Green-based musical outfit. Maximum Psychedelic Garage Blues alongside a bit of sweet trash, vintage tubey noisework, demi-intellectual spoken word, and so on. At most times but not all, they foolishly embrace la vie de Bohéme. (“Bo-emm,” not "Bo-heem. So ... yeah.)
“Bohéme '66 kicks out fuzzy, garage-rock blues.”