Opening this Mondays On Blast, Josh Willis takes the stage for a commanding singer/songwriter performance. Josh is Artistic Director and Man of All Things at The Spot Underground. There's not much this man can't do. He has become an intimate friend of the WBOB crew and his catchy original tunes are a blessing that our fans will not forget. In this picture Willis is 'evil eyeing' the sound guy for a minor sound adjustment. Make sure you're on point this Monday, Josh certainly will be.
Andrew Spatz returns to get the crowd charged up and amped. This guy play's an acoustic set like to other, naturally grabbing the audience attention. This time Andrew comes with debut album, ~^~kuh~^~THEE~^~druhl~^~, in hand.
Erisa Rei’s relationship to her music is not a “love affair”... it’s a torrid, sultry, and passionate romance that has defined her existence for over two decades. Her lyrics tell the tale of the long miles between then and now, and her music cries out with every heartache and triumph along the way. From a whisper to a shout, from a growl to a tear, Erisa Rei feels each moment of her life deeply and invites the world to share it through her music.
Sgt. Baker & The Clones will end off the night in a way that only they can. Their attitude is light hearted, but their delivery on stage is forceful and compelling. Songs like Pig and Flesh Puppet will remind you that these guys are some talented yet fucked up mother fuckers. Come for a night you won't forget!
MONDAYS ON BLAST@THE APARTMENT
373 RICHMOND ST, PROVIDENCE RI
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