Not since the 1960s have we seen another group of mop-topped, suit-wearing fellas playing catchy tunes. The Connection, a Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based band has concocted a cocktail of early Beatles pop, the psychedelia of the Chesterfield Kings, the rock of the Rolling Stones and the punk flair of the Ramones and New York Dolls that satiates the need for a refreshing sound.
That effervescent and bubbly sound is so appealing, it even caught the attention of Steve Van Zandt, two songs chosen to be hailed “Coolest Song in the World” in just a matter of months. In the realm of garage rock, getting the attention from Bruce Springsteen’s right-hand man speaks volumes. Not bad at all…
Catch the “Comes and Goes” this Sunday April 7 on The Underground Garage (for Sirius XM subscribers) be played as the current “Coolest Song in the World.”
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