The Silks don’t mess around when it comes to playing
live. At the point where most bands are
winding down their sets, The Silks are just getting started. As singer Tyler-James Kelly proclaims on the
blistering “All Day,” -- “Don’t try and keep up, you’ll only get head in a spin,
you’re looking like you’re ‘bout to call it a night, I’m just getting my fourth
Late last year, The Silks paid a special trip to the subterranean
lair known as The Fallout Shelter, home to the Extended Play Sessions. The hard-charging power trio plugged in and
cranked out a blistering set of blues-based rock and roll.
The show was recorded and is now being released as the
band’s first live album. The set
included highlights from the band’s two studio releases, 2016’s Turn Me On and 2013’s
Last American Band and songs that ranged from the blistering “Live and Learn” to the
guitar-picking blues of fan favorite “Mean Ol’ Woman.”
This special sampler ep includes two tracks from the new live album along with a pair of tracks from the band’s earlier studio releases.
The Silks are Tyler-James Kelly, Jonas Parmelee and Uncle Sam Jodrey. Live tracks recorded for the Extended Play Session at the Fallout Shelter in Norwood, MA.
(Stage photo by Mayte Antelo; concert photo by Boston Concert Photography)
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