R. Stevie Moore w/Action! & Bad FriendPop/Rock
A self-described “self-taught overdubbist,” R. Stevie Moore may or may not be the greatest unsung pop auteur of the past 40 years — his total immersion in the tricks and tropes of post-Beatles pop makes him a lo-fi epigone of Roy Wood. Last year’s documentary I Am a Genius (And There’s Nothing I Can Do About It) showed Moore’s commitment to music-making in the face of overwhelming public indifference. The son of Nashville session bassist Bob Moore, R. Stevie is a one-man-band formalist with a feel for the subtle weirdness that powered all those records by his beloved late-’60s groups. Lurking in his vast catalog are excellent songs — I love such early tunes as “I Need Your Love” and “Records.” Also appearing are Nashville bands Action! and Bad Friend, both of whom have their own takes on ’60s pop.
Fri, Mar 15 | 9:00 PM
The Stone Fox
18 and over