FIELD DAY 8pm
Glenn Yoder 7pm
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After 25 years writing about other people’s songs, former Boston Globe critic Joan Anderman formed her first band, FIELD DAY, with Dan Zedek, veteran of the downtown NYC rock world, and Phil Magnifico, a fixture in Boston’s clubs. “Their riff-driven songs burst with crunchy-soulful harmonies, fuzzy guitars, and boisterous heart,” writes The Boston Globe, and with Jefferson Riordan behind the kit, Field Day
is touring behind the band’s forthcoming EP “Paint the Light,” out on March 15.
Like Neil Young and Alejandro Escovedo, Glenn Yoder glides between churning guitar-driven rock and folk-tinged acoustic balladry. Infusing the hallowed Texas songwriter tradition with modern jangly pop (think Wilco and the Jayhawks), other songs beckon to a darker place: swampy blues in the vein of Ray Wylie Hubbard and Morphine.