Nick Waterhouse’s Shortened Set Still Had His Fans Shimmying & Shaking At Music Tastes Good REVIEW+PHOTOS: Nick Waterhouse @ Music Tastes Good 9/24/16
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RECAP: Another afternoon set that was a casualty of the festival doors opening late was Nick Waterhouse’s. Although we had arrived in time catch a couple of his songs, his performance ended quite abruptly, leaving those in the audience a bit confused and longing for more.
After announcing a new album, “Never Twice”, earlier this year, with its schedule released only days following his appearance at Music Tastes Good, fans, like myself, were hoping that Nick would be debuting most of his new music that afternoon. But due to the shortening of his set-time, however, festival attendees who made their way to the main stage for his performance would only be getting a small sampling of his new music. I could even tell that the shortened set time caught Nick off-guard by the surprised look on his face when he was given the “5 Minutes” hand signal from the stage manager.
But even with the shortened performance time, Nick Waterhouse gave his fans what he could. His sonics rooted in a retro-R&B sound permeated the warm Long Beach air giving the audience a reason to shimmy and shake, if even for only a little while.
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Derrick K. Lee is a music attorney, blogger, concert photographer and co-owner of Blurred Culture. He goes to a lot of shows and sometimes he writes good. Music is his boo.
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