Black Thai, tearing faces off of the masses without impunity at the 2011 Rock & Roll Rumble at TT's - Photo Credit: Seth Drury
OldJack took Wild Card honors thanks to an unforgettable performance of their blues-tinged soulful ballads - Photo Credit: Seth Drury
Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys brought the theatrics, the costumes, and a wide array of instrumentation, but it wasn't enough to advance in the Rumble against such a tough field. Photo Credit: Seth Drury
John Powhida International Airport did it again with their patented garage-tinged pop rock, winning the night and advancing to the final round of the Rumble next Friday 4/22. Photo Credit: Seth Drury
John Powhida International Airport – “Dirty Birdy and the Funny Bunny” –
John Powhida Cut Way Down
OldJack – “Chorus Line” – Gone Before You Know
Congrats to John Powhida International Airport for taking the second night of the 2011 Rock & Roll Rumble Semi-Finals! Congrats are also in order to PGB Favorites OldJack for wrapping up the wild card with a soul-drenched performance people will be talking about for years!
John Powhida International Airport and OldJack will be performing next Friday, 4/22, at the Rumble Finals alongside Thursday’s semi-final winner Spirit Kid and special guests The Shods.
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Thanks to Seth Drury for the great photos! See more of his work exclusively at Playgroundboston.com!
Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys
John Powhida International Airport
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