Come Back Alice Plus Trae Pierce And The T Stone Band

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WMNF Community radio says
Tropical Heatwave Deja Vu! Two of the best live bands we know! Both bands excelled at Tropical Heatwave

Come Back Alice is a monster quartet performing Southern-style gypsy rock. They deserve to be on the national stage. They are anchored by a brilliant rhythm section of Big Bad John Werner on bass and Yral ‘datdudeondrums’ Morris. Their rock-solid bottom allows the other two supremely talented members to strut their stuff. Triple-threat Tony Tyler is an excellent guitar slinger, even better Hammond B3 player and incredible Southern soul belter, absolutely in league with the heavy hitters of the genre: Allman, Haynes, Grey and Finnigan. Dani Jaye is a great singer, dynamite guitarist, and fabulous violin player. The group amply demonstrated why they got a Heatwave-closing slot at the Ritz. - MusicFestNews

Trae Pierce and T-Stone Band was the biggest surprise hit band of the Heatwave.. Many people told us they were headed through the Cuban Club Cantina to see other bands but never made it past the T-Stone Band's happy mayhem. Their funky and fun music had the entire audience moving and throwing hands in the air and smiling. Pierce funks you up with a band that is on fire! Sporting his signature top hat, Trae, along with his band, the T-Stone Crew, delight audiences with their special blend of blues infused with funk, highlighted by blistering bass riffs, talk box, slide bass and crowd interaction. Trae’s musical career has spanned three decades, and his resume reads like a who’s who of the music industry. Starting at age 13, Trae has toured with, recorded with, and produced dozens of major artists, including Sugarfoot’s Ohio Players, the Blind Boys of Alabama, James Brown, Dr Hook, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Flo-Rida, and many more. With 4 Grammys, 2 Doves, and a NCAAP Image Award under his belt it’s hard to imagine, but this virtuoso bassist has managed to fly largely under the radar.

For this event both bands play long sets and the evening ends with a grand finale with both bands together.
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By: WMNF Community radio