Hibernation over for Fried Grease in Keystone tonight
Ryan Summerlin January 19, 2013
The Southern-fried funk-rock band, Fried Grease – lovechild of Flux5, a Vail-based jazz and funk band, and Summit blues-rockers Big Richard – is making its official comeback at The Goat Soup and Whiskey Tavern in Keystone Saturday. The band returns from hibernation after taking a break in mid-2012. And now for some feelgood fodder from lead vocalist/guitarist Matt Bauerle:
Like a slice of butter melting on a big ol’ pile of flapjacks.
For me, if I do this long enough, anything and everything that has an effect on my senses will be reported on in some way. Whether it comes out in the form of sound or word is the exciting part about writing music.
Nothing appropriate for print. But if you come to the show and introduce yourself, we’ll gladly rehash a few over an adult beverage.
We’ve been hard at work on a cold fusion reactor but we don’t have all of the funding lined up.
By hook or crook, we are going to put out our first full-length album this year.
High-energy, horn-driven rock ‘n’ roll!
We started this band in Summit Cove and have been off the circuit for over six months while we were looking for a new bass player. So, this is like a coming-home/rebirth kind of thing for us and we couldn’t be more excited to do it at The Goat, down the road from where it all began. And, our favorite band, Stereo Giants, will be opening the show for us. Those guys are incredible!