Review: DB and the Catastrophe at Herman’s Hideaway
Worse Case Scenario
Worst case scenario for a rock band: drummer breaks his foot and can’t play.Â DB and the Catastrophe faced this scenario Wednesday night, August 18th.Â Being the consummate professionals they are, they took on the challenge of rocking Herman’s Hideaway without their talented drummer.
DB and the CatastropheÂ shines under pressureÂ
To meet the challenge, Tyler pulled out the acoustical guitar, Ricky kicked up the bass, and Dylan led the assault with his distinctive voice.Â Can a band rock without a drummer?Â Wednesday’s performance proved they totally can.Â
DB and the Catastrophe performed songs from their new EP Don’t Look Back, including the aptly named song â€œAssaultâ€.Â They mixed it upÂ with several popular songs from their first album, Fade Out, and a cover of â€œThe Sweater Songâ€ by Weezer.Â It was truly a one of a kind performance, and one I thoroughly enjoyed.
Part of the appeal of a live performance is the chemistry a band has with the audience. DB and the Catastrophe deliver an entertaining performance every time. Don’t miss the chance to see this gifted,Â upbeat band live on stage.Â
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