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FIELD DAY with very special guests THALIA ZEDEK and CHRIS BROKAW (of the legendary Boston band COME)
8:00 PM - 1:00 AM The Lizard Lounge
Date: January 24, 2020 to January 25, 2020
Where: The Lizard Lounge, 1667 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, 02138
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Friday 2/24 FIELD DAY with very special guests THALIA ZEDEK and CHRIS BROKAW (of the legendary Boston band COME) KID GULLIVER $10 advance / $12 at the door 8:00 doors / 8:30 show (8:30 - KID GULLIVER / 9:30 FIELD DAY / 10:45 THALIA ZEDEK and CHRIS BROKAW Field Day is rock music born of scrappy hooks, dreamy harmonies, and irrepressible spirit expertly woven together and presented by this gifted band. THE BOSTON GLOBE, James Reed Seriously raucous barroom rock that stings with lean power chords and open-hearted lyrics. Thalia Zedek is an unparalleled voice in rock music. Her music straddles the line between intimate and visceral. Zedek has received wide acclaim for her intense vocal performances and guitar playing in past projects Come, Uzi, Live Skull, and most recently her new trio E with Gavin McCarthy (Karate) and Jason Sidney Sanford (Neptune). Since the dissolution of Come, Zedek has focused her solo efforts on more vulnerable, stripped back arrangements. Her new album Fighting Season combines the grit of her past with the fragility of her solo releases, spinning tales of discord and struggle from the personal to the political and featuring performances by old friends Chris Brokaw (Come) and J. Mascis (Dinosaur Jr.). Through her exceptional songwriting and performances, Thalia Zedeks fervent passion can be felt more than ever on Fighting Season, from blustering swirls of dissonance to hushed whispers. KID GULLIVER is a power-pop quartet from Boston, MA. Our music is a powerful blend of driving rhythm and sweet, hooky melodies with a vocal harmony. Our songs draw on influences from a vast catalog which includes everything from 1960's British invasion and 1970's classic rock and punk to 1980's New Wave and 1990's Alternative and Indie Pop.

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