Mannette Street, London
Thursday 15th June 2017
The songs are short, punchy, with that simple drum beat, bass slapping and guitar twang that is synonomous with the rockabilly beat, but each individual enough to avoid sounding like the same song over and over again.
We really enjoyed this gig. Not only for the music but for the intimate setting too as The Borderline is a small venue.
After the gig, Darrel was extremely generous with his time to say hello to people, have photos taken and sell his CD's which seemed to be flying off the merch table. Would not hesitate to see him play again.
|Darrel's back up guitar - the White Falcon teasing us.|
Video of "And The Angels Cried"