Video From A.A. Bondy At The High Noon Saloon (2.1.10)

For the last ten odd years I’ve been seeing Bondy perform in some context or another.  In the early days his grunge-rock band Verbena often lent support for one of my favorite bands, Local H.  Verbena transitioned into a short stint as The Alabama Boys Choir before Scott Bondy branched off on his own solo project, A.A. Bondy.  Last night A.A. Bondy brought his folk-inspired songs to the High Noon, and the intimate performance was nothing short of awe-inspiring.

What did you think of the performance last night?

Check out the video of the encore performance of “Black Rain, Black Rain” below!

-Justin Kibbel

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2 Responses

  1. Great show! The songs were strIpped down and a bit slower than on the album. That is until they rocked out some Crazy Horse-like distortions!

  2. Wasn’t that great!? I wasn’t expecting such a rocking show. Very fun!

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