ARTS Pick: Soggy Po’ Boys bring the NOLA sound

ARTS Pick: Soggy Po’ Boys bring the NOLA sound

The Soggy Po’ Boys are a lot more appetizing than they sound. The six-man band formed in New Hampshire, but its members are firmly rooted in the ways of NOLA jazz, from vintage outfits to the instruments themselves—among them a piano, two saxophones and a stand-up bass that looks straight out of a 1960s club. The Soggy Po’ Boys will perform twice in one night, with the first show including a brief talk about some of the band’s vital influences.

Thursday, June 28. $10-25, 7:30pm. The Bridge PAI, 209 Monticello Rd. 984-5669, and The Whiskey Jar (no cover, 10:30pm), 227 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. 202-1549.

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