Sully’s Cafe at The Green Room, Episode 4

“Grand Opening and a Wrong Reason”

Joe Fletcher at The Green Room

Sully and Josh are joined by singer songwriter Joe Fletcher for an interview and five song  performance including  four from “White Lighter” due out in September, “Ambulances,” “Say What You Will,” as well as “Front Porch” and one from “Bury Your Problems,” “Sentimental Jury.”  Discussion of The Scene includes The Spot Underground‘s grand opening weekend featuring A*Live Fridays, where Spogga acts as a “Rockestra” conductor calling a myriad of musicians to the stage to interpret well know covers and a wealth of originals.  Saturday’s official Grand Opening, featuring Vudu Bevy, The Conduits, Route .44, APOGEE, The Shane Manzi Band, and SAUCE!  Fourth of July weekend audio fireworks are in full force with Providence overflowing with bands all weekend, culminating at Smith Hill’s Liberty Fest on Sunday.

CORRECTIONS: Since the podcast was recorded and released The Leah Carlson/Sauce show at Jerky’s has been moved to Firehouse 13 with Gravity Works headlining.  Also, I received notice that the Bristol show I mentioned are actually two shows, Sauce July 3rd at JR Beans, and Fungus Amungus July 4th, also at JR Beans. – Sully

Listen below (requires quicktime):

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2 Responses to Sully’s Cafe at The Green Room, Episode 4

  1. frank martyn says:

    great show Sully /Josh! AND Joe Fletcher truly IS the man! i booked him @ Greenwich Hotel (co-bill was Brown Bird)- I ran sound . . Joe killed – after the show, responding to compliments, says, “imagine if the guitar were in tune.” . . . thx guys for all you do, to keep the scene alive -frank

  2. Shawn says:

    You forgot to mention my favorite song of the bunch! “The Drowsy Surgeon” from White Lighter was also performed!

    Thanks for posting those videos – Shawn

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