Pasadena’s Freewheeling Groove

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Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 at 10:00 AM
Pasadena’s Freewheeling Groove by Ryan Smith

Friday, Dec. 9

Anyone who jams easily to stuff along the lines of Sublime and G-Love – or Pennywise and Flogging Molly, or any and all Marleys – would most likely groove well to the vibe of Pasadena (Maryland, that is)-based Pasadena.

Could groove well – and should groove well: The freewheeling four-piece (“Four guys who live in a van and jam,” they dub themselves) is coming to the Kings Rook Club on Friday, Dec. 9.

These guys make serious work of bringing a laid-back time wherever they may roam, having performed more than 700 shows across a big chunk of the U.S. over the last few years, opening for the likes of Cake, Clutch, Citizen Cope, and a whole bunch of other bands that don’t start with “C.”

Better than Boston. Or (most of) Chicago. Hell, even all of Alabama.

If you see just one geographic location-monikered band this year, make it Pasadena. – Ryan Smith

10 p.m. // 1921 Peach St. // facebook.com/kingsrookclub

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