Consuelo’s Revenge with The Quahogs, Triple Threat, and Cousin Tommy
On Thursday, May 22nd Consuelo’s Revenge, The Quahogs, Triple Threat, and Cousin Tommy will be performing at The Parlour in Providence. Check out the Facebook event page.
This event is 21 + and there is a $7 cover charge.
Consuelo’s Revenge members describe the band as “the sound that the midnight storm makes outside your door when you’re alone and you’ve had one too many glasses of bourbon” and “the invisible cog in the machine, the water in the well, the last one left after the lights have gone out and the first one to see the sunrise.” Influenced by artists such as Tom Waits, Sam Cooks, Hank Williams, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, and Bruce Springstein, this band has a unique sound that is sure to capture audiences’ attention.
The Quahogs began their journey in June 2011. With Steve Delmonico as the frontman, he had compiled songs from over the years and was ready to make an album. With a little help from friends, Steve had the pleasure of meeting wonderful musicians that helped him with the project. “Traveler’s Log”, The Quahogs debut album was recorded and completed in late 2012, in the heart of Pawtucket at “Machines with Magnets”.
The Quahogs continue to play shows in Rhode Island and the New England area, but would love to travel. With Steve DelMonico as lead singer and on guitar, Ryan Gould on bass, Chaz Weber on lead guitar, and Nick English playing drums, The Quahogs have a blend of sound ranging from Dylan, Nirvana, Ernest Tubb, Hank Willams, and Townes Van Zandt (to whom they dedicate a song to on “Traveler’s Log”)