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POSTPONED: DADDY LONG LEGS

Electric Candlelight

Thursday, September 10
Show | 8:30pm // Doors | 7:30pm
The originally scheduled September 10th show with Daddy Long Legs has been postponed to a new date in 2021. The show is still on! Your previously purchased tickets will be honored on the new date! We are just about to announce the new show w/ the artist. If you cannot make the new date, we are happy to offer a number of refunds and alternatives. We just ask that you please wait until we are able to announce that new 2021 date, before you inquire about a refunds / exchanges etc. We'll e-mail all of the details to all ticket holders as soon as the artist makes them available. For the quickest response, e-mail us direct at info@utphilly.com with any questions or concerns.

21+ Only

Daddy Long Legs

New York City’s most beloved blues bashers have been huffing and puffing and blowing houses down on a nightly basis, on their infinite world tour and always bring an elevated level of rough and ready intensity to contemporary lo-fi blues, with their explosive fire ceremony.

A Daddy Long Legs show is equal parts roots rock, blues and guttural soul; stripping down old standards and making them shiny and new again. Some of the originals are like an all-out spiritual revival, while others are hauntingly beautiful.


Electric Candlelight

Electric Candlelight – Philly
“Electric Candlelight is pretty much exactly how it needs to be. Guitars in the front, blues in the blood, sounds from another time. Real rock music with a soul. Nothing cute and nothing wasted, it’s that trustworthy rock n’ roll. That Philly dive bar soul. That Susquehanna boogie. Pour us a whiskey and leave the bottle, would ya? 
 
These are songs that’ll fix your car and drive you to Mexico, no questions asked. Melodies that tell it like it is. And a vibe that’s got your back, no matter what kinda shit you got yourself into. All Electric Candlelight really wanna do is be in a rock band that they’d wanna see… if they weren’t already in it themselves… but they are. ” – Sean Corbett, Sometimes Magazine