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Monday, 13 February 2012 17:50

Foxy Shazam 2/13/12 + Video

Foxy Shazam 2/13/12 Louis Kwok
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  • Date Recorded: February 13, 2012
  • Artist / Band: Foxy Shazam
  • Hosting Show: The Mixtape
  • Sound: Warren Strathman and Evan Chester
  • Video: Brandon McLaughlin and Andy Coco

Not many bands would welcome, let alone withstand, comparisons to operatic rock masters like Queen and Meatloaf. Foxy Shazam can handle it.

Foxy's latest album is "The Church of Rock & Roll," which Paste says "shines in its ballsy rejection of modern pop stereotypes." With a maniacal performance style and frequently outrageous lyrics, the Cincinnati band, led by wild-throated singer Eric Nally and powered by pounding keys and a juggernaut rhythm section, has been anointed successors to the glam rock of David Bowie and the bombastic classic rock of Bad Company. No shoegazing or lyrical-emoting for these rock animals.

But as this Live at KDHX session proves, Foxy also knows how to unplug, cool off and deliver a set of catchy acoustic tunes -- complete with falsetto harmonies and flugelhorn.

All photos by Louis Kwok.

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