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A Blues Extravaganza with Anthony Rosano and The Conqueroos at Elevation 27

Elevation 27 reverberated with the compelling blend of blues, rock, and soul delivered by Anthony Rosano and The Conqueroos. From the first chord to the final echo, the performance was a raw, heart-pounding showcase of blues at its finest.

Rosano, with his commanding stage presence and powerful voice, set the tone for the evening. His searing guitar work was a spectacle, crafting riveting solos that danced with emotion and intensity. His expressive vocals, alternating between husky whispers and potent roars, wrapped the audience in a narrative of life, love, and longing.

The Conqueroos provided the perfect accompaniment, their synergy undeniable. The rhythmic pulse of Paul Warren's bass and Scott Smith's drumming was compelling, while Jeremy "J.B." Bustillos on the harmonica added a layer of rich, soulful blues sound that elevated every song.

Their performance of "28 Days" was particularly memorable. The raw emotion in Rosano's voice coupled with Bustillos's emotive harmonica solo created a spine-tingling moment, leaving the crowd in awed silence.

The band’s interaction with the crowd was genuine and warm, making the audience feel part of the performance. Rosano's charismatic banter and stories added depth to the songs and brought the audience closer to the band.

The energy only escalated as the night went on, the band ending on a high with a blistering rendition of "Whiskey and Prayers." The audience, fully caught in the band's grip, swayed and cheered, reluctant for the night to end.

In essence, Anthony Rosano and The Conqueroos at Elevation 27 was more than a concert - it was a mesmerizing blues journey that held the audience captive from start to finish. Their performance was a testament to their musical prowess and their deep-seated love for the blues. It was an unforgettable evening of soul-stirring music, and the echoes of their songs are bound to resonate in the hearts of those lucky enough to be there. Support our local music scene by stopping by to pick up some cool gear!



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