You are here: Home Music Beat Smokestack Jacks and Phantom Creeps kick off tour in Lethbridge
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

L.A. Beat

Smokestack Jacks and Phantom Creeps kick off tour in Lethbridge

E-mail Print PDF

The Smokestack Jacks and the Phantom Creeps kicked off a one week tour  at the Slice with extremely loud and Dave Bullied of the Smokestack Jacks. Photo by Richard Amerytight sets, April 2. Smokestack Jacks started by playing most of the songs from their brand new full length self titled CD.
 As per usual there was a lot of raunchy slide guitar and incendiary energy which had a good sized crowd cheering in their seats.
 They played a ‘pop’ song which included liberal use of cowbell and sent out their ‘Birthday’ song to one of the audience members celebrating her birthday.
Tyler Brownfield and Dean Wilson of the Phantom Creeps. Photo by Richard AmeryThe Phantom Creeps started their set with a few bars from Survivor’s ‘Eye of the Tiger’ then ripped into a high octane set with a couple of excellent new to me  tracks, then played a couple tracks from their new CD including ‘Hell To Pay,’  ‘Cold Hearted Man’ and ‘Route 666’ and a good new song called ‘Scorpion’

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

The ONLY Gig Guide that matters


Music Beat

Lights. Camera. Action.
Inside L.A. Inside

CD Reviews


Music Beat News

Art Beat News

Drama Beat News

Museum Beat News