Wildman Steve's Record Shop

Wildman Steve's Record Shop Episode 17 - Captain Midnight Band

February 10, 2020 Season 2 Episode 17
Wildman Steve's Record Shop
Wildman Steve's Record Shop Episode 17 - Captain Midnight Band
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Wildman Steve's Record Shop
Wildman Steve's Record Shop Episode 17 - Captain Midnight Band
Feb 10, 2020 Season 2 Episode 17
Captain Midnight Band

Internationally-ignored superstar, Captain Midnight, is the only known purveyor of “Waterbed Rock & Roll.” Crunchy Rock Guitar riffs, Thick R&B Grooves, and soaring vocal harmonies combine to create a unique, yet appealing soundscape for jammy anthems, sci-fi imagery, and humourous adult situations. Made up of Capt. Midnight on guitar and vocals, Lil' Rae Rae on keyboards and vocals, Jelly Mac on vocals and percussion, Jon Daddy Mann on drums, Wes Lloyd on bass and Teddy Jones on saxophones, the band's diverse appeal has resulted in club, theater, and festival dates with such luminaries as Dark Star Orchestra, moe., Cypress Hill, Twiddle, Marcus King, Leftover Salmon, Karl Denson and many more. Flattering comparisons to genre-defying acts such as P-Funk, Frank Zappa, and Ween are evident in the live show, where a genuine energetic exchange is crafted and nurtured between band and audience. We caught up with the band as they came through Auburn in November of 2019, the live recordings you'll hear were recorded the day before at the Hemlock Festival in Georgia.

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Internationally-ignored superstar, Captain Midnight, is the only known purveyor of “Waterbed Rock & Roll.” Crunchy Rock Guitar riffs, Thick R&B Grooves, and soaring vocal harmonies combine to create a unique, yet appealing soundscape for jammy anthems, sci-fi imagery, and humourous adult situations. Made up of Capt. Midnight on guitar and vocals, Lil' Rae Rae on keyboards and vocals, Jelly Mac on vocals and percussion, Jon Daddy Mann on drums, Wes Lloyd on bass and Teddy Jones on saxophones, the band's diverse appeal has resulted in club, theater, and festival dates with such luminaries as Dark Star Orchestra, moe., Cypress Hill, Twiddle, Marcus King, Leftover Salmon, Karl Denson and many more. Flattering comparisons to genre-defying acts such as P-Funk, Frank Zappa, and Ween are evident in the live show, where a genuine energetic exchange is crafted and nurtured between band and audience. We caught up with the band as they came through Auburn in November of 2019, the live recordings you'll hear were recorded the day before at the Hemlock Festival in Georgia.

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