Their namesake from front singer, and San Diego native Dorothy Martin, drew a full house of lock-step fans on this bone-chilling Midwest night. With nothing shy of a frenzied dancing, singing and cheering in the house, Dorothy - lead vocals, Jason Ganberg - drums, Nick Maybury - guitar, Eli Wulfmeier - guitar, and Eliot Lorango - bass, led an unforgettable rockin' communion with the audience.
Entering the stage with some incense in hand, this sweet aroma was a hint of Dorothy's heartfelt vibe. The music is forceful, driving and commands the crowd's full attention, Dorothy's shining personality lights up the room. Not shy to reveal her wholistic side, she poked a bit of self-effacing fun at herself for her hippyish ways. Admitting to being an outsider, her messages, and request was for everyone tune into a positivity. She invited everyone to join into 'our church tonight' and to 'open our minds and our hearts'.
Their 75-minute set packed in hits "Raise Hell', "Down to the Bottom" and "Wicked Ones", mixed in with new material from the upcoming new release "28 Days in the Valley", then closing the show with "Whiskey Fever." The music is driving blues rock with definite message that rock, and roll is not dead. Each song lauds catchy guitar riffs, and a tight rhythm section. This all ties together with Dorothy's stunning vocal range and power. Their shows are a 10 plus.
The tour wraps up back in southern California mid-February. Don't miss it.
Who Do You Love
Pretty When You're High
Ain't Our Time Tonight
Down to the Bottom
Freedom - new song