July 24, 2014
Indie folk-rock septet Rosco Bandana did its best to shatter those labels last night at the Evening Muse as the band played an extended set of genre-bending music. Hints of blues, jazz, Southern rock and funk seeped through as the band kicked off a two-week tour.
Some of those in attendance danced their asses off while the Mississippi band was all smiles and having a good time. How good a time? After finishing its set, selling some merch and talking to the crowd, the band jumped back on stage to perform three more songs in a spontaneous encore.
While it's the hot dogs that keep bringing the band back to Charlotte — they made sure to give a shout-out to Carlos midway through their performance — it's the band's music and energetic live performances that keep audiences growing each time they return to the Queen City. Be sure to catch them the next time they're in town.
Rosco Bandana at Evening Muse, 7/24/2014
Photos by Jeff Hahne
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