Bronson Rock and Dan Soto’s Artificial Energy Band – Thu., Aug. 25, 7 PM

Bronson Rock and Dan Soto’s Artificial Energy Band share the bill at Best Video Film & Cultural Center on Thurs., Aug. 25. The show starts at 7 PM and the cover is $10.

Bronson Rock is a four-piece rock and soul band featuring Buzz Gordo (aka Gary Mezzi) on guitar and lead vocals, Eric Bloomquist on bass, Lou St. John on organ, and Tom Smith on drums. Individually, the seasoned musicians in Bronson Rock have performed with a “who’s-who” of Connecticut artists, and continue to maintain busy schedules as players.  The band plays a tight, danceable mix of original garage soul sounds, with some choice obscure covers thrown in, owing a debt to groups like the Rascals and Booker T. and the MG’s.

The point of music is really what? Nobody for sure can say, but many have speculated. Some might say it involves the transfer of what others might refer to as “energy.” Some may say nothing at all. And others might not even care to think about it. But the truth is somewhere. And if nothing else, through the use of guitars, Dan Soto’s Artificial Energy Band aims to find out where. The current line-up features Dan Soto up front with Silas from The Problem with Kids Today, Kurt from Vertico, and Gillian on drums.

As this is an indoor show, covid protocols are in place and masks are required.

 


							

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