I just got home after seeing Lowest of the Low perform at the Horseshoe Tavern. The Horseshoe is turning 65 years and Lowest of the Low rocked the house as part of the celebration.
We got just about all the amazing tunes from Shakespeare My Butt and more during two hours of high-energy rock in a very hot and sweaty Horseshoe. I'm told ambulances had to be called three times for folks who overdid it. It was not a particularly young crowd.
The brilliant closer was Rosy and Grey, a song now best known as the Toronto Mike'd outro music, but two songs earlier Lowest of the Low had us all singing along to Henry Needs a New Pair of Shoes. Here's a taste: