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Grey Eye Glances, a Philadelphia-area folk-rock band with a small but quite dedicated following, played to an appreciative crowd at Jammin’ Java last Sunday night, in their first area show in 2-3 years. Their two sets featured a number of brand-new songs as well as some reliable old standards, particularly from 1997’s Eventide. Many of the old songs were spiced up by some live arrangements that allowed the band to stretch out a bit – especially guitarist Brett Kull (whose instrumental explorations with Grey Eye Glances have some precedent, as he, along with drummer Paul Ramsey, is also in prog-rock group Echolyn).
The band’s principal songwriter, Dwayne Keith, mentioned that they have an unfathomable number of new songs already written and just have to figure out which ones to use on a potential upcoming recording. This should be welcome news for those fans who have been waiting since 2002’s A Little Voodoo for some new material.
A few more photos are here and after the jump.