This Thursday, Jan. 21, marks Diane Coffee’s debut performance at the Bluebird in support of their latest record, 2015’s excellent Everybody’s A Good Dog. The band, helmed by Shaun Fleming, established voice actor and live drummer for indie rockers (and Culture Shock 2015 headliners) Foxygen, is making their second Bloomington appearance in less than a year, having already put in a rollicking performance at the Bishop last September. Diane Coffee’s sound, an infectious mixture of 60’s power pop and glam/psych rock, is defined in large part by Fleming’s vocal theatrics, and his on-stage demeanor more than matches the vocal gymnastics he employs on-record. With Fleming’s voice and songwriting talents, Diane Coffee more than stands up against Foxygen’s best material, and fans should expect a wildly entertaining night of glorious rock and roll bombast this Thursday.
This is a benefit show for Bloomington PRIDE, a wonderful organization that works to promote and celebrate LGBTQA culture.
Watch the video for terrific single “Everyday” here:
The show is 21+. Tickets are $35. Doors open at 7 p.m. There is no slated opener. Proceeds benefit Bloomington PRIDE.