|Photo by Bill Wadman|
Not only is Friday’s (March 29) show the next in a slew of great bands and solo acts – some of them nationally known - to grace the stage there, but we’re talking about Dogfish Head here.
|A whole lotta of suds. Plant at Dogfish.|
Back to Harding, whose real name is Wesley Stace. The folk-rock singer-songwriter has got 15 albums under his belt, including his latest, "The Sound of His Own Voice," which features a backing band featuring Pete Buck (thumbs up), Rosanne Cash (thumbs up) and members of the Decemberists (thumbs down).
BRUUUUCE to be his opening act, had a song on a movie soundtrack (“I’m Wrong About Everything” on the massively overrated*** 2000 flick “High Fidelity”) and copped the title of a seminal Bob Dylan album (who changed the name slightly from that of the outlaw gun slinger) for his own moniker. Oh, and he has this Cabinet of Wonders variety show thing involving musicians like Steve Earle and writers and artists and the like, and they play stuff like this. Oh, and he writes books that get all kinds of amazing reviews. Pretty bad ass.
The best part with Friday’s 10 p.m. show at Dogfish Head (320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth), as with all Dogfish shows, is that there’s no cover. Visit the Dogfish site or call 302-226-BREW.
|So Cusack's hairline improved since Lloyd Dobler? Naw.|