Pink balloons floated throughout the showroom of Baby’s All Right as the glass orbs on the back of the stage lit the room with a romantic red hue. This Valentine’s Day was frigid and snowy but that didn’t stop Leisure, Limited and Motion Studies from putting on a great show. Sounds of the music slipped through the door to the restaurant area of the bar, causing people to leave their yummy meals and follow the intriguing music being created behind closed doors.
Leisure kicked off the concert that they curated in style. Entrancing electric sounds mixed with rock instruments hypnotized the audience. I couldn’t stop staring at the beauty of lead singer, Jon Jurow’s, sea foam green guitar the whole time; I think I found my valentine!
Limited was a solo act consisting of a man with a guitar and a computer. With as little as he had with him on stage, Limited rocked out, hair wiping back and forth, filling the empty spaces of the room with a little more energy.
The audience grew when Motion Studies took the stage. The six piece electro-pop-rock band made everyone forget about mushy Valentine’s Day and instead become amazed with the performance in front of them. Lead singer, Tyler McCauley, danced wildly on stage, flinging his microphone every which way and even knocking over both of the beers he brought on stage with him at the same time.
The music of this show brought together everyone including the loners lurking in the corner, the couples canoodling by the bar and the friends of the bands who were there for support. By the end of the show, heads were nodding and feet were tapping as the room had a natural sway of dancing. Now that’s pretty romantic.
Article by: Merissa Blitz