Alpha Rev live at Brooklyn Bowl

Posted by The G on June 3, 2010 under G Reviews | 2 Comments to Read

Photos by G.

Casey McPherson of Alpha Rev

On June 2, 2010, Texas rockers Alpha Rev opened for JP Chrissie and the Fairground Boys (aka Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders new band) at New York’s Brooklyn Bowl.  Performing songs from their latest album “New Morning,” Alpha Rev got the crowd ready to party with their blend of rock and roll mixed with violins.  They are attracting a lot of buzz in the music industry and their new single “New Morning,” is quickly climbing the VH-1 video charts.  After performing nine songs, the band came back for an encore (usually unheard of for an opening act) and performed a rousing cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”  A video of “Hallelujah” is forthcoming – stay tuned!  Based on the crowd reaction and the energy of the performance, I think Alpha Rev is going to be a band you’ll be hearing a lot more from in the coming months.

See some more pictures as well as the set list, after the jump.

Alpha Rev

Alpha Rev

The Set List for Alpha Rev at the Brooklyn Bowl on June 2, 2010. Now property of the G Archives.

For those on a Blackberry, the set list for Alpha Rev at the Brooklyn Bowl on June 2, 2010 was:

Stand Around / Face Down / Heaven / Phx / Colder / Don’t Seem Right / New Morning / Alone With You / Fade.

Encore: Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen Cover)

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  • summer42 said,

    It is about time the music world is acknowledging this wonderful songwriter and band. He is truly one of the most talented musicians around and his bandmates are awsome! Everyone that gets a chance to see Alpha Rev needs to go hear them – and buy their CD, New Morning!

  • Alpha Rev cover "Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen | According to G said,

    […] Hynde’s new band JP Chrissie and the Fairground Boys at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York. If the crowd reaction is a predictor of their future success, Alpha Rev is going to be huge! They were called back for […]

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