LIVE Review: THE AMERICAN RELICS @ Chelsea T&S in NYC on April 12, 2024

Music is an emotional pipeline, it makes the dust piles of life seem less drab. Music touches, and connects everybody, it allows the person to comprehend that they feel the same joy, hopes, fears and desires as all people. THE AMERICAN RELICS’ performance on April 12, 2024 at the trending Chelsea Table & Stage in NYC did just that. The band was making its second appearance at the venue by as they say…”back by popular demand.”

Their sold out audience were dancing in the aisles to the nostalgic beat of the band which included frontman and guitarist John Gitano, vocalist Adrienne Dugger, bassist, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist  Nelson Montana, guitarist and vocalist Patty Jarman, guitarist Neal Lazar and drummer Josh Salant. They played their original KISS FM hits (via Tribeca Records), including The Eyes of 1969, and We’ve Got To Start It All Again” as well as covers including Hush Hush by Deep Purple, and Ticket to Ride by The Beatles. They cut the boundaries of many genres from rock to reggae.

Their music embodies every aspect of human behavior and the universe, the reflection of human understanding. The poetry of their music is the fact that, while its influences come from days gone by the relevance of their songs have stood the test of time. “The true success of  music is measured by how far is travels from where it was created and how many people it impacts, but sometimes the fact that it just touches the lives of a few people makes it very successful in it’s own right”….Mehmet Murat ildan

Music allows us memories. THE AMERICAN RELICS provide us with the memories relating to the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s while creating brand new music. “ Nostalgia is an illness for those who haven’t realize that today is tomorrow’s nostalgia.”…Zeena Schreck

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