A Birthday Event for Holy Ghost Tent Revival
Black Cat Burrito hosts upbeat North Carolina Band Holy Ghost in early October 2012
Recently NPR’d Holy Ghost Tent Revival played an upbeat and energetic show at Black Cat Burrito on October 10, 2012 to a phenomenally packed house in Boone, NC. You see, it was Charlie’s birthday and hellfire and the devil’s firey pitts if they didn’t need a sterling excuse to play a packed house in the wonders of downtown Boone.
Holy Ghost Tent Revival hails from Greensboro and is somewhat acclimated to a large audience. However, due to the alignment of stars, the memory of ages or damn blind pure and unadulterated who know what, Boone managed to procure for itself a live show on its own at the Blackest of Cat Burritos on October 10, 2012.
Over the times it has been said that
[Holy Ghost Tent Revival]’s made the transition from playing acoustic bluegrass and folk to becoming a soul-rock horn band that recalls ’60s and ’70s classic-rock influences such as The Band and The Flying Burrito Brothers, contemporary indie-rock acts like Dr. Dog, and New Orleans brass-band jazz.
However, what the focus is here is how great their Black Cat Burrito show was thsi 2012 October eavning. Check out the videos below and be devily pitting sure that you make their next Boone appearance, they’re a show ne’er to be missed in the North Carolina High Country’s live music scene.
As always, see it all live, see it in Boone!