Review: Twiddle & Kung Fu @ Buffalo Iron Works
Greg   April 2, 2015 at 2:02 am   0 Comments

Twiddle & Kung Fu kicked off their Dirty Dozen Tour on a fiery note at Buffalo Iron Works. The tour has no announced set times leaving everything a mystery from who opens and who closes to the collaborations. Tonight, Kung Fu got the night started and brought the lethal funk they are well known for. Mihali sat in for Hollywood Kisses before Kung Fu closed out their set.

After a brief intermission, Twiddle took the stage for a collab heavy set that featured sit-ins by Rob Somerville on sax, Tim Palmieri on guitar, and Todd Stoops on keys. The band closed out with Wildfire, a song written by drummer Brook Jordan, who revealed that the song will be on their new album, PLUMP, due out later this year. The tour continues on tomorrow at the Westcott Theater in Syracuse, Irving Plaza in NYC on Friday and Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, NY on Saturday.

 

Kung Fu Setlist

Prime Time Rib –> 2 Bar

Drum Fill –>

Premium

Scrabb

Tsar Bomba

God Made Me Funky

Captain Fingers

Chin Music

Samurai

Hollywood Kisses %

Paragon

 

% Mihali Savoulidis on guitar

 

Twiddle Setlist

White Light

Mamunes the Faun *

Admyst the Myst

Syncopated Healing #

Polluted Beauty

Every Soul ^

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Wildfire

 

* Rob Somerville on sax

# Tim Palmieri on guitar

^ Todd Stoops on keys