May 08, 2010

Frightened Rabbit at the Old Rock House, 5/7/10

After a week in which Nashville flooded, Greece burned, the stock market freaked, and Times Square was nearly blown up, we could all be forgiven for feeling like frightened rabbits. The fearless, if-not-quite peerless, Scottish rock band, led by supremely unpretentious and sweat-drenched singer Scott Hutchison, slayed for an hour plus. Continue reading Roy Kasten's review of Frightened Rabbit at the Old Rock House. Photos by Jon Gitchoff.
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Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit.
Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit.
Frightened Rabbit.
Frightened Rabbit.
Frightened Rabbit merch at the Old Rock House.
Frightened Rabbit merch at the Old Rock House.
So Many Dynamos joins Maps & Atlases on stage for a rhythmic breakdown.
So Many Dynamos joins Maps & Atlases on stage for a rhythmic breakdown.
Frightened Rabbit at the Old Rock House, 5/7/10
Frightened Rabbit performs to a sold-out crowd at the Old Rock House.
Frightened Rabbit performs to a sold-out crowd at the Old Rock House.
Andy Monaghan of Frightened Rabbit.
Andy Monaghan of Frightened Rabbit.
Frightened Rabbit at the Old Rock House, 5/7/10
Frightened Rabbit's new album, Winter of Mixed Drinks, on vinyl.
Frightened Rabbit's new album, Winter of Mixed Drinks, on vinyl.
Bill Kennedy of Frightened Rabbit.
Bill Kennedy of Frightened Rabbit.