- Levee Daze -
Baton Rouge's music scene is one that garners a lot of attention and is not easy for an outsider to break into. It's no surprise that with the massive size of Louisiana State University's student population, there comes a mass audience of music lovers that enjoy a thriving nightlife scene. That demand sets a stage that screams music and local music artists to make it successful. Venues like Varsity Theatre, Mud and Water along with so many others have played host to hundreds of performances covering all types of genres.
Levee Daze has to be one of my favorite bands based in Baton Rouge and when they told me they were releasing a their debut album I was stoked. They describe their music as having a bluesy and psychadelic funk-rock sound. Be sure to check them out and if you're in Baton Rouge this Friday, March 21, 2013 be sure to head over to Chelsea's Cafe on 2857 Perkins Road and support these guys. We need to get them to the Lake City soon. Until Friday, check out all of the media coverage they will receive, like in Wednesday's LSU Reveille and others. - Bray J
Levee Daze Videos: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=levee+daze&sm=3
Background from Facebook: Levee Daze has roots in many cities and different types of music. Dom Dejuilio and Andrew Borniak bring the jazz from Chicago. Scott Graves brings an assortment of rhythms from Austin TX, and John Trufant got the southern blues. When all is said and done, a big melting pot of lively good-vibes music is the spicy heart of the Levee Daze roux. All members attend LSU and play around Baton Rouge and the surrounding towns and states. Come get down with us!