Latest The Dirty Nil Setlist
The Dirty Nil at The Opera House
- That's What Heaven Feels Like
- Hello Jealousy
- Friends in the Sky
- One More On The Bill
- Handle With Care
- We Are the Champions
About The Dirty Nil
The Dirty Nil play rock and roll. Loud, distorted, and out of control, they play like it’s a fever they’re trying to sweat out. Reveling in the din of distorted guitars, pounding drums, and desperately howled vocals, the Hamilton Ontario three-piece makes music for turntables and hi-fi’s – music for dive bars and house parties – for beer drinking and joint smoking – for road trips and barbecues – for fighting and yelling and shouting and singing and screaming and howling – for sweating and bleeding – trying and failing and trying again anyways. Gravel-in-your guts, spit-in-your-eye, staggering, bloodthirsty rock and roll. They have two 7″s available that capture the snarl and destructive noise they create. The Dirty Nil play rock and roll – cause they couldn’t do a damn thing else if they tried.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band started their second night at Washington D.C.’s Warner Theatre with a tribute to Kofi Burbridge, who died one year earlier, on Saturday night.
Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds welcomed Amos Lee and I’m With Her in Mexico.
Umphrey’s McGee wrapped up their three-night run at the ExploreAsheville.com Arena in Asheville, North Carolina where they welcomed Billy Strings and Empire Strikes Brass Horns.
Oysterhead closed out their two-night opening run at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colorado with a Primus tune, a Phish song and a Cream cover.
Check out the Oysterhead setlist, plus a review, audio and video from their show last night in Denver.