Welshly Arms Rockwood Music Hall NYC August 15th 2017

Welshly Arms
Rockwood Music Hall NYC
August 15th 2017

The Music Matters was on a dual assignment last evening (more on that later this week). First stop, Rockwood Music Hall in NYC to see the quickly becoming #Legendary Welshly Arms. This #rockandroll outfit out of Cleveland, OH features Sam Getz- on guitar, lead vocal duties, Brett Lindemann manning the keys/vocals, Jimmy Weaver grooving the bass/vocals with Mikey Gould holding down that beat on the drums. Rounding out this awesome sextet are Bri and Jon Bryant- with their deliciously harmonic vocals.Their set included greatness we’ve learned to expect from their existing catalog, plus some new tunes we hope to hear recorded real soon. Brought to the attention of The Music Matters by #livemusic curator/promoter Pamnation this past May, we looking forward to watching this group #risetothetop #follow them on #socialmedia and of course #ontour. Please view this brief clip of Love in a Minor Key, which we love in a major way

If folks find their songs familar it’s no surprise. Many of their tunes have been licensed in film, sports and commercials. The Cleveland Indians have certainly embraced “Dirty Work” in commercials, Legendary has been used numerous times including a hype video for the Indians current baseball season, Miller Lite ads. Even Hulu, the NFL and Indian Motorcycles have embraced the tune. Most cool to us was their cover of Sam and Dave’s “Hold On I’m Coming” when Quentin Tarantino cleverly had it used for the traller for the movie The Hateful Eight.



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I'm a music passionista (Yes that's a word, if not it should be)first then musician (bass guitarista ). This site is to encourage people to seek and enjoy recorded and live music. I work from the positive so, this is more informative and documentary than critical. None of the comments have been solicited nor compensation made for by the artists or other entities. Everything is from the heart. Feel free to comment, contact and of course suggest.

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