Foxy Shazam, 08/02/14, Assembly Music Hall

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Foxy Shazam is one  of those bands you simply get or you don’t. Ten years into their career they still refuse to adhere to any one genre, which delighted rather than confused the loyal fans who turned out for their show last night at Sacramento’s Assembly Music Hall.

Front man Eric Sean Nally came out like a boxer, dancing and spinning from corner to corner, but it wasn’t all shadow dancing. The athletic singer somersaulted, stood on his head, shook his ass, and most importantly sounded great as he led the band through a set heavy on material from new album Gonzo. The crowd ate it up.

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Moon Mantis’s Forrest Heise

Openers Moon Mantis played a killer cover of Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream,” and Charleston’s Stoplight Observations brought a blend of southern rock and dance music that went over well with the crowd. But it was unquestionably Foxy Shazam’s night, and they owned it.

You can pick up Gonzo everywhere. For more info on Foxy Shazam:

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One thought on “Foxy Shazam, 08/02/14, Assembly Music Hall

  1. It’s so weird that you posted this today! It was just a few hours prior that I had ever even heard of this band (I was checking out the lineup for a festival-type show in Charlotte and they were on it. The show includes Weezer, Fitz and the Tantrums, Foster the People). Me thinks I need to procure a ticket!

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