Oh-oh! Have you not had enough summer yet? Well you've got another chance. Join us for a classic Maine summer party on the massive deck at the Porthole. There really isn't anything more summer-in-Maine-y than a night on the big deck at the Porthole. We promise to leave it all on the stage if you promise to leave it all on the dance floor.
Come celebrate the height of summer on the best damned place on Earth to do it, the gigantic, fun-filled deck at the Porthole.
Sorry, if you're not on the list, you're not on the list.
This is one of the most important gigs of the year. Okay THE most important. Congrats Grant and Lucy.
Slygo Road is a Portland, Maine-based rock, blues, and soul band made up of four-to-six musicians with influences ranging from the masters of blues, to Hendrix, to The Neville Brothers, and Joe Cocker. The "core four" (drums, bass, guitar, sax) have played together for more than a decade and are as tight as you'd expect.
Our style is hard to define since every member brings a unique background and set of influences. Generally, audiences say we have a little something for everybody, from soaring blues guitar ballads to off-the-rails horn-centric ska tunes. The common theme is that everything we play is tight, fat, solid, and groovy.
Depending on the venue, we'll play either all original music or a mix of originals and classic covers. We make a point to include plenty of danceable tunes in every set.
Instrumentation includes drums, bass, guitar, keys, sax and assorted other horns that all color inside and outside the lines to create flavors from traditional blues to borderline psychedelic.