Britny Fox played McGuffy's in Dayton last night. Without pulling any punches, they rocked. The band played a mix of their own tunes, plus cover songs that had the crowd dancing.
Since I'm also seeing the band tonight in Cincinnati, we'll make this an ultra-lite review. I'm sure the set list will be the same. At any rate, the band played:
Six Guns Loaded
Left Me Stray
Lonely Too Long
Long Way To Love
Black and White
Closer To Your Love
Encore: Louder and a cover of Travelin' Band.
I love watching Billy Childs play bass. He always looks so happy, and he smiles at everyone. He was also wearing all his backstage passes from the big Britny Fox shows. On top is the pass from the tour supporting their 1988 self-titled release, on the bottom is his Rocklahoma pass. I wonder how many passes are stacked in the middle? At any rate, I think the massive neck lanyard acts as a sort of tailsman or good luck charm.
There isn't much more to add, except Britny Fox blew the other bands away sound wise. That said, Kentucky's own A Nervous Wreck put forth a good effort. I'll be seeing them again tonight as well.