Foxy Shazam Turn Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory Into ‘The Church of Rock and Roll’
Psychedelic rockers Foxy Shazam started off the year opening up for The Darkness, but on Tuesday (March 27) the band headlined a sold out show of their own at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, New York.
Opening acts for Foxy included Maniac and Cadaver Dogs, who both showcased the perfect blend of funk, blues and rock to support Foxy Shazam. Maniac delighted the crowd with their groovy and bohemian tunes while electrifying Ohio based band Cadaver Dogs brought the heat and radiated personality whilst on stage.
Foxy Shazam took the stage and did not disappoint. Frontman Eric Nally danced, flipped, bopped and sang his heart out on stage. Keyboardist Sky White has to be one of the most entertaining guys behind the keys — as he defied the laws of gravity throughout the show.
The band is currently on tour in order to support their latest record ‘The Church of Rock and Roll,’ and played new songs such as ‘Welcome to the Church of Rock and Roll,’ ‘Holy Touch,’ ‘Last Chance at Love,’ ‘The Temple’ and their hit single ‘I Like It.’ They also performed a wide array of songs from different albums such as ‘Oh Lord,’ ‘Killin’ It,’ ‘Ghost Animals’ and ‘Bombs Away’ among many others.
Foxy Shazam are a band whose performance, energy and antics remain with you. Their live show has the essence of the crazy psychedelic ambiance of the 1960s in the year of 2012. There is no stage that can be big enough for Eric Nally and his gang to perform and no fan that can resist the charm of this band.
For a full list of Foxy Shazam concert dates, go here.