The Baltimore based jam quartet Pigeons Playing Ping Pong closed out the second date of a two night stand at the Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pa on Saturday night with their signature blend of psychedelic funk and an unparalleled energetic vibrancy. Despite a venue change and an opening band cancellation, they soldiered on and delivered a tasty show that included a combination of new and old songs, as well as a bust out.

The Baltimore based jam quartet Pigeons Playing Ping Pong moved their upcoming shows on January 14-15 at Philadelphia's Fillmore Philly to the Brooklyn Bowl Philly. Thankfully the venues are next door to each other, thus any fans who don't get word of the shift won't have to travel far. The band is kicking off their Winter 2022 tour at the Philadelphia shows, and ready to deliver their signature blend of psychedelic funk.

Today, Boston-based progressive rock quartet ElephantProof announced plans for a four-show northeast run in January 2022. The project, born nearly a decade ago at Berklee College of Music, features founding members of Goose Ben Atkind (Drums) and Chris Enright (Keys), as well as Sean Cronin (Guitar) and Shon Gordon (Bass). Tour commences on 1/7 at Soundcheck Studios in Pembroke, MA, followed by a show at the brand-new Park City Music Hall in Bridgeport, CT on 1/8.

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