LIVE: Marc Broussard @ The Egg, 10/4/14

October 14th, 2014, 4:00 pm by Greg
Mingo Fishtrap jamming on percussion

Mingo Fishtrap jamming on percussion

Review and photographs by Andrzej Pilarczyk

Marc Broussard may have been the headliner, but this was really a super triple-bill at The Egg. Solo opener Andy Suzuki had the audience eating out of his hand with several audience participation numbers from his singer-songwriter grab-bag of tunes. He would have made a splash at a venue like Caffe Lena, but here he was serenading sever hundred people with his strong mix of covers and originals.

Up next Mingo Fishtrap literally floored the audience with their second-line entrance upon the stage and powerhouse delivery thereafter. By the second song they had the audience dancing in their seats and aisles, and they kept them there throughout their all-to-brief 45-minute set. Talk about New Orleans funk, classic rock, Motown soul and whatever else – Mingo Fishtrap had it down in spades and then some.

The question by the second intermission was whether Marc Broussard could follow the explosive aggregation. Well, he could, and he did!

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