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Phish Week: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong + Richard James & Name Changers (after Party) @ Putnam Den stage
July 5, 2014 @ 11:00 pm
Putnam Den takes over the Parting Glass (just a short stroll) — which means we have TWO stages of after-party fun. Attend either show for $10 or roam back and forth for just an additional $5. While in town, use this as a reason to visit the famous Parting Glass Pub: voted the #3 Irish pub in the world! A huge place with a great music room! Sponsored by Upstate Live
On the Putnam Den stage:
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
wsg: Richard James & The name Changers
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong: The Flock lands in Saratoga on Phish Week!
Funk, Rock, Electronic ENERGY: These four Pigeons bring it every night. Based out of Baltimore, MD, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong has an undeniably unique and versatile live sound that ascends peaks of musical ecstasy. Their evolving arrangement of original compositions, psychedelic improvisational jams, and contagious smiles have ‘The Flock’ growing and coming back for more. With no end in sight, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is here to bring the party with their danceable electro-funk grooves and infectious ability to bring positive energy to any environment.
Through extensive touring paired with high profile festival spots including Catskill Chill, The Werk Out, Camp Barefoot, Wormtown Music Festival and others, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong have put the memorable band name on the lips of music lovers and groove nuts. Playing nearly 200 shows a year, Pigeons continue to expand people’s minds (musically…), playing a unique, energy-packed set at every show. Whether it be at a major festival or in your local rock club, Pigeons will show you a good time.
Opening Act: Richard James & The Name Changers
Richard James & The Name Changers—RJNC to their fans—are a Boston-based rock band with a piano driven, song-oriented sound that appeals to adventuresome music lovers with genre bending tastes and a desire to dance. If that isn’t specific enough, then one should turn to the source. “Whiskey-infused roots rock and roll.”