Eric Ducoff Band plays Strange Brew Saturday
As I understand it, the Eric Ducoff Band — comprising guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Ducoff, bassist Jeff Berg and drummer Nick Toscano — are basically Ryan Hart & the Blue Hearts without, ah, Ryan.
Fair enough. While the Hart unit focuses on blues interpretations, Ducoff's vision is rooted in the great power trio/guitar rock popular in the latter 20th century. If your ears involuntarily wriggle at the mention of Robin Trower, West, Bruce & Laing, Cream, the Black Crowes, Lenny Kravitz and the Tedeschi-Trucks Band, plan on showing up Saturday at the Strange Brew Pub in Norwich.
The EDB, proudly representing a new album called "Closure" and tunes like "Broken Man" and "I Promised You Angels," headlines a bill that includes The Hard Feelings.
Eric Ducoff Band, 8 p.m. Saturday, Strange Brew Pub, 86 Water St., Norwich; $5; (860) 885-1975.
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