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Thursday, March 30, 2017 12:02 am

Andy Logan and the O.C. 75s

If you’ve got a hankering for some electric blues, rock or psychedelic, guitar-based music, look no further than Andy Logan and the O.C. 75s. Mr. Logan, along with John Hussey, his comrade in the 80s for the Geffen-signed band Little America (remember “Walk on Fire?”), plus Brian Glass on drums and vocals, proceeds to play the holy be-holy out of the sound and genre, knocking it out of the park while rounding and covering all the bases. They practically re-invented twang, feedback, growl, surf, fuzz and acid-laced rock guitar on his latest album Transistors of Mercy, available on Koan Records from Nashville, Tennessee. Logan is an award-winning songwriter but takes his guitar playing very seriously, especially the tone and the riffs, building this complete recent record and live show around his guitar sound and style. As Andy likes to say, “I don’t play background music,” and he means it. That goes ditto for Owen & Dooley Present:, the local, opening act that always comes across as cool and complete on the concert stage.

Andy Logan and the O.C. 75s
Owen & Dooley Present:
Thursday, March 30, 7pm
Boondocks

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