This iteration of the Business (different than the lineup on 2007’s Hail Mega Boys) swings with a Stonesy swagger, Southern Rock authority and a glammy Hard Rock vibe that would surely inspire a grin from the most faithful Foxy Shazam fan.
Walston was born in Tennessee but relocated to Baltimore as a child and his music reflects that urban/rural range with a wild-eyed glee and a manic energy, which he and the Business amp up to an almost unquantifiable level in front of any given audience. Buckle up and prepare for lift-off; J. Roddy Walston and the Business are counting down to a launch pad/dance floor explosion.
The group’s show in Cincy is the inaugural concert in the theater’s newly renovated “Ballroom at the Taft,” a more intimate room than the main-stage area.
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