Lake Street Dive at Troy Music Hall

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The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is continuing to fill out its fall schedule. The latest addition: Lake Street Dive on October 4. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday -- they're $30.

Lake Street Dive was recently through this area for a stop at Brewery Ommegang. They're touring in support of an album -- Side Pony -- released this past February. Album blurbage:

[A] side pony, for them, is really a metaphor for their philosophy and personality as a band, one that seamlessly incorporates R&B, pop, '60s-era rock, and soul into a unique, dance-party-ready mix. As bassist Bridget Kearney puts it, "When we were settling on the album title, that one just stuck out to us as embodying the band's spirit. We've always been this somewhat uncategorizable, weird, outlying genre-less band. That's the statement we wanted to make with this record: be yourself."

If you like Lake Street Dive... There's a good chance you also like Lucius. A reminder that group is at Upstate Concert Hall next Wednesday, June 22 with Margaret Glaspy.

photo: Danny Clinch

Comments

A year ago they played the Ale House in Troy. Folks, get out and see live music whenever you can, especially at the smaller venues, 'cause ya never know when the act your seeing is going to gain traction nationally.

@ace - really? I don't recall seeing/hearing anything about that and I've been following them for almost 4 years. Are you sure? I'm going to be pretty disappointed in myself if I missed that. Unfortunately, I'll be missing out on the October show as well.

As an Ale House regular and big fan of LSD for the past three or more years, I guarantee that LSD has never played at the Ale House, or I would have been there or certainly would have known about it.

He may be confusing it with Helsinki Hudson where they did play about a year ago.

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