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- Sycamore DeliOct 09 - Asheville, NC
- Asheville Music HallOct 15 - Richmond, VA - The BroadberryOct 16 - Washington, DC - The HamiltonOct 17 - Wilmington, NC - Ziggy's By The SeaOct 22 - Baltimore, MD - The 8x10Oct 23 - New York, NY
- Fontana'sOct 28 - Greenville, SC
- GottrocksOct 29 - Charlotte, NC
- Rabbit HoleOct 30 - High Point, NC
- Blue Bourbon Jack'sOct 31 - Raleigh, NC
- Lincoln Theatre: 6th Annual Costume BallNov 06 - VA Beach, VA
- Shaka's LiveNov 07 - Boston, MA
- The SinclairNov 11 - Huntington, WV
- V ClubNov 12 - Grand Rapids, MI
- The Stashe Nov 13 - Lansing, MI
- The LoftNov 14 - Chicago, IL
- Martyr's Nov 15 - St. Charles, IL
- Old Towne Pub WascoNov 19 - Denver, CO
- Cervantes OthersideNov 20 - Boulder, CO
- The Lazy DogNov 21 - Ft. Collins, CO
- TBANov 22 - Winter Park, CO
- Ullr's TavernNov 27 - Myrtle Beach, SC
- The BoathouseNov 28 - Hickory, NC
- The Crossing at Hollar Mill
- BIG PRESS -
This group is the full package. Their live performance gives fans a very nice balance of all things great about music. They’re adept improvisers of their instruments, but have a very solid lyrical and songwriting foundation.
- Live Music Daily
This spectacular album is a well articulated dance party. 5 out of 5 stars. Their sound is refreshing and unique. Electronic music fuses with the groovy electric guitars, fun rhythm of the drums and bass, smooth vocals, and domineering horn section seamlessly to create fifty-five minutes of pure perfection. Truth Serum is Big Something’s best work to date!
- The Prelude Press
‘Love Generator’ [is] a relentless dance track that combines the elegant retro dance grooves of Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, but delivered with only the immediacy a live band can deliver.
- Glide Magazine
An expertly-played, eclectic mix of rock, funk, jazz, reggae and more ... One listen brings on an urgent desire to see this tremendous six-piece tear it up live.
- Relix Magazine
Soaring synths, brass accompaniment, and alluring vocal and instrumental hooks rise to the top of this infectious collection and represent a sound that has caught the ears of such revered summer circuit stalwarts as Galactic, moe., Robert Randolph and the Family Band, and many more who have tapped Big Something as direct support.
– Speak into my Good Eye
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