So you dig the scruffy, authentic sounds of 1970s classic rock, but you’re tired of the same old hit songs we’ve all been hearing for the past 30 years.
(You are tired of those, right? Surely you’re tired of them.)
Get a fresh take on the not-so-fresh genre tonight as Seattle’s The Lonely H saunters into Players Bar & Grill, guitars blazin’.
This young quartet takes classic rock seriously. Their sound is solid, Southern-influenced rock ’n’ roll, like the Allman Brothers or The Black Crowes. And The Lonely H has the look down, too: long hair, denim, half-buttoned shirts, denim, boots, denim.
The band is touring behind its new record, “Concrete Class,” and after tonight’s show, they’ll head north to play with The Dead, the Allmans and the Doobie Brothers Saturday at The Gorge Amphitheatre in central Washington. So head to Players and help ’em get warmed up for that massive gig.
The Lonely H ; 9 tonight; $2; Players Bar & Grill, 25 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-389-2558.