Another Side of the BoDeans at City Winery
For the first time in the legendary heartland rockers’ history, the BoDeans will be doing a New York show without their longtime baritone singer Sam Llanas. Which means that for fans of the eclectic, soaringly anthemic rock songs written by his bandmate Kurt Neumann – now the band’s lone frontman – the recently reconfigured version of the group will have plenty of surprises in addition to lots of old favorites at their show at City Winery tomorrow night, August 9. You should expect old classics like Idaho and Paradise along with plenty of new, vintage Americana-flavored material from the Neumann-led version of the band’s new album, American Made, featuring a return by the band’s original keyboardist, Michael Ramos along with bassist Ryan Bowman and brand-new fiddler Warren Hood.
The band plays at 9, and as of today there are still $25 tickets available: as with all shows at this sonically excellent space, it’s always worth a call ahead to City Winery at 212-608-0555.