The Temperance Movement gave a full throttle St Patrick’s Day performance at Union 50 in Indianapolis.
The British blues rock band, The Temperance Movement took a brief detour from their current American tour supporting Blackberry Smoke to perform a free St Patrick’s Day show at Union 50 in Indianapolis.Â The small stage, saturated in green, could barely contain front man Phil Campbell’s boundless energy as the band tore through a powerful set of songs from their self-titled debut album.
As they worked their way through tracks such as “Only Friend,” “Take it Back,” and “Smouldering,” what at first were subdued crowds soon found themselves dancing and having a great time. After their set, the band stuck around to take photos, sign autographs and mingle with the fans. Doubtless many who had never heard of this band left this show as full-fledged Movers as their fans are known.
If this performance leads to any indication, The Temperance Movement is destined to dominate areas in the not so distant future.
The Temperance Movement is Phil Campbell (vocals), Luke Potashnick (guitars), Paul Sayer (guitars), Nick Fyffe (bass), and Damon Wilson (drums).
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