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Shred Kelly and Delhi 2 Dublin play hot Halloween party

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 Shred Kelly and Delhi 2 Dublin rang in Halloween at Inferno, Oct. 31 with a “great, sweaty, spandex dance” according to Shred Kelly singer Sage McBride.Tim Newton of Shred Kelly. Photo by Richard Amery

Shred Kelly, dressed up as American Gladiators, were up first and got the costumed crowd pumped up  jumping up and down in front of the stage to the sound of hyper- energetic folk and rock music  featuring lots of banjo, guitar, bass and drums.

They played a lot of the songs from their CD “ In The Hills” and introduced a couple of new songs featuring grinning banjo player and vocalist Tim Newton playing some ukulele on them.

Delhi 2 Dublin celebrating Halloween. Photo by Richard Amery
“New Black”  and “Cabin Fever” were highlights as usual as was “the Bear” during which McBride and one of the band members had a brief American Gladiators battle in front of the stage, though I couldn’t make out with which one through the mass of pirates, cute cats, cops, mad scientists and assorted ghouls, gremlins anDelhi 2 Dublin’s Sanjay Seran. Photo by Richard Ameryd zombies.

 Sage McBride played keyboards and looked blissed out as usual as she sang lead vocals on most of the songs.

Sage McBride of Shred Kelly with her American Gladiators baton. Photo by Richard Amery
 I missed most of Delhi 2 Dublin’s  closing set as I went to the Owl to see Go for the Eyes,  but it was full of energy, lots of fine fiddle playing and a lot of sweaty, costumed dancers in front of the stage.
 They did a little rap and added a lot of East Indian percussion.

— By Richard Amery, L.A Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 November 2013 17:07 )  
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