Will Dailey is an acclaimed recording and performing artist. His music has many millions of play on Spotify and been on the top 20 on Billboard Heat Seeker chart. He's won a bunch of Boston/New England awards over the years for Best Album, Best Song and Best Male Vocalist.
Music critic Steve Morse describes his latest album as evoking "a Paul Simon intricacy at times, a Jeff Buckley fragility at others, topping it with challenging folk-pop and a breezy, almost Motown soul flair". A Boston Globe review describes him as “A musical lava lamp” and another reviewer said: "Dailey is in-tune to an era (1970s) when singer-songwriters were the true stars of popular music — he then reshapes the structure of a song for the 21st Century.”
This will be Will's first show the Fallout Shelter and it should be a great one.
Castle of Pretending: https://youtu.be/5U2FkYMk15I
He Better Be Alive: https://youtu.be/87kir6Z4FfI
If you aren't familiar with the Fallout Shelter, we're a non-profit video recording studio masquerading as an 80-seat 1940's nightclub in the basement of an 18th century mill building in Norwood, MA. We're at 61 Endicott St just off Rt 1A.
Doors open at 6, music and video starts PROMPTLY at 7:00. After a short break Bill conducts an always fascinating interview with the band. Your $25 Ticket purchase includes a light buffet and a cool souvenir poster and there is a wine & beer bar for your drinking pleasure.