The Lee Boys

Review: Lee Boys @ Sullivan Hall

Alex Borsody shares his thoughts and photos from Tuesday night…

The Lee Boys’ performance at Sullivan Hall came the night after a knockout performance on Conan, a huge step for any band’s career. Particularly for Miami’s Lee Boys, who are not as well known outside of the south.

Large southern festivals such as Bonnaroo, Langerado and Wakarusa helped launch the band into the spotlight with live music fans, but outside of this community the band still remains relatively unknown. The Lee Boys have the originality and musical potential to make it to the next level and with a little luck and persistence they can make it happen.

Sullivan Hall could be considered one of New York City’s last true bohemian concert halls, regularly featuring some of the best and biggest names in improvisational rock. The dimly lit venue was occupied by only 100+ people or so, a small turnout for this band who I have seen before in their home state of Florida and at the festivals mentioned above. The fact that it was a Tuesday night could account for the relatively low turn out, something the majority of bands encounter during a tour. One thing is for sure, that between this show and the Conan performance, this New York run is going to win over many new fans.

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