The Basement East in Nashville, TN played host to the latest Andy Frasco & The U.N. tour stop, as the band rolled through Music City on Saturday night. This tour stop followed recent performances in Birmingham, AL (11/17); Asheville, NC (11/18); and Atlanta, GA (11/19).
Frasco and his band of raucous provocateurs saw support from Nick Gerlach in Nashville, along with the rest of this lengthy fall tour. What was once featured as his World Saving Local Talent Search, now comes billed as Nick Gerlach’s Cult Conference, due to the uptick in COVID earlier in the tour. The opening act saw Gerlach play his saxophone and keyboards over pre-recorded beats, priming the crowd for the rowdy offerings of the headliners.
As usual, Andy Frasco & The U.N. raised hell and provided The Basement East audience with all the blues and funk-tinged rock n’ roll it expected. The exuberant frontman kept the Jameson flowing as fast as the jams would allow and even provided his rambunctious fans with not one, not two, not even three, but four special appearances throughout the night. Throughout the performance, musicians Maggie Rose, Leftover Salmon‘s Vince Herman, Marcus King, and Paul McDonald joined Andy Frasco on the Nashville stage, adding limitless layers of fun and laughter to the already-jovial occasion.
Coming up next, Andy Frasco & The U.N. will head off to Union Stage in Washington, D.C. (12/1) before shows in Philadelphia, PA (12/2); Brooklyn, NY (12/3); and Boston, MA (12/4). Head to the band’s website for tickets and a full list of tour dates.
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