VALLEY QUEEN with special guest FERDINAND THE BULL
Friday 9/9 - From Los Angeles - merging of southern rock with traces of 1970's canyon rock.
with special guest FERDINAND THE BULL
$10 advance / $12 at the door
8:30 doors / 9:15 show
Valley Queen is a hybrid of southern rock with traces of 1970s canyon rock. This is their Lizard Lounge debut. Ferdinand the Bull are a Folk/Americana band from Pittsburgh, PA featuring guitar, banjo, mandolin, percussion, & baritones.
Valley Queen front woman Natalie Carol leads a band reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac and My Morning jacket with lead vocals evocative of Florence Welch. Over the past year, Valley Queen has been recording tracks for their debut, full-length LP and have played lauded shows at an array of venues, opening for Lucero and LP, as well as headlining Pappy and Harriets in Joshua Tree, the Echo Park Rising Festival in Los Angeles and a 7 show run at the 2015 CMJ Music Marathon in NYC. The Huffington Post has declared them the ultimate outlaws (the music video for Who Ever Said premiered on TheHuffPost) and P. Claire Dodson from The Village Voice notes that Valley Queen has stayed true to their roots while embracing the psychedelia of California rock and making some damn good music along the wayanchored by Carols enthralling vocals.
Pittsburgh is a town built on the American dream. Our grandparents were among the legions of blue collar workers that worked the long hours in the steel mills, and laid a foundation of a brand of people unafraid to get their hands dirty. In the wake of the collapse of the once-booming steel mills, Pittsburgh has reinvented itself as a hub for technology, education, and innovation. As the face of the city has evolved, the Pittsburghers' tradition, work ethic, and quest for continuous improvement has only grown stronger. Fewer musical acts encompass the young heart of old-school Pittsburgh as completely as Ferdinand the Bull.
The Lizard Lounge (View)
1667 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|