Miracle Legion At The Narrows
(4.7) Tickets are still available for the upcoming Miracle Legion show at the Narrows. The openers are local favorites, the ‘Mericans, now with an entirely new lineup and a new album in the works. Frontman Chris Daltry is super excited about this show describing the band as “awesome all time faves of mine since the eighties.”
One of the original “college rock” bands, Miracle Legion formed in 1983 in New Haven, becoming something of a cult hit following acclaim from the likes of NME and Melody Maker. Now Mark Mulcahy’s legendary Connecticut outfit has reunited to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their last studio album, Portrait of a Damaged Family.
The celebrated singer-songwriter is back alongside lead guitarist Mr. Ray Neal, bassist Dave McCaffrey, and drummer Scott Boutier for a series of dates across America this April. The tour will support the forthcoming reissue of Portrait of a Damaged Family.“Getting back with Miracle Legion was something I never thought about,” Mulcahy explains. “We always lived by ‘never say never,’ and so this is some perversion of that shitty motto. Even when we were together, there were many, many times I hated it so much I couldn’t think it would last another day.” “I’ve always had a feeling of unfinished business,” Neal admits. “The wrong business won the first time around. There is still more to do.”
You may want to get on top of this; their Philadelphia show has sold out. Get tickets here. The Narrows is a cool venue. Here’s how!
Attendees are welcome to bring their own food, drink and alcohol to all events in bags and small coolers that will fit under your chair. We sell fresh brewed Coastal Roasters coffee at all of our events along with teas, soda, bottled water and pre-packaged snacks. On most nights we also serve freshly baked desserts.