Friday, May 31, 2013
Doors 7:30 pm; Show 8:00 pm
Stoltz Listening Room $15
Melding the traditions of vintage R&B and blues with the aesthetics of classic singer/songwriters, Brooks Long brings the old school into the 21st century in a style all his own.
Whether by himself or with his backing band, the funky, righteous Mad Dog No Good brings to his live shows the kind of passion, energy, and humor rare in today's music scene.
Last year was a big year for Brooks with him being named one of DC/Baltimore's Best Emerging Artists by The Deli Magazine, releasing his Mad Dog No Good EP and Lets Make Out To Otis Redding album, and playing such festivals as Artscape, Honfest, and Baltimore Book Fest.
With another full-length album brewing for 2013, Brooks will be bringing his grit-and-wit style to audiences for years to come.