Louis Apollon and Blue Light Bandits to perform at Club Passim

On March 14 at 7 PM, Club Passim in Cambridge, Mass., will diverge from its traditional folk/Americana roots to welcome two new faces to their historic stage: Boston’s jazz-folk songwriter Louis Apollon and Worcester-based soul act Blue Light Bandits.

Both Apollon and Blue Light Bandits released debut full-length albums at the conclusion of 2017. Free To Be, Apollon’s jazz/folk record, celebrates human imperfection, combining uplifting musicality with a soothing, yet energizing vibe that represents his own infectious positivity. Blue Light Bandits’ self-titled album has been dubbed “a smooth piece of work, rife with some spectacular guitar work and a low-key sort of funk” – T&G.

Following his performance at Passim, Apollon will embark on a series of tours throughout New England. Visit his website by clicking HERE for more info.

Louis Apollon (PHOTO BY ALEXANDRIA PIERRE-ETIENNE, SUBMITTED BY LOUIS APOLLON)

ABOUT LOUIS APOLLON

Louis Apollon is a Boston-based jazz-folk Singer-Songwriter whose stories celebrate human imperfection, combining uplifting musicality with a soothing, yet energizing vibe that represents his own infectious positivity. His debut album Free to Be, which was released this past September, captures the essence of Apollon and his band in live performance mode. It explores many emotions and life experiences through short stories and musical conversations and is a perfect fit for listeners looking for an inspired and organic musical experience.

ABOUT BLUE LIGHT BANDITS

Blue Light Bandits is an independent four-piece groove rock band from Worcester, MA. After receiving the “Best Up & Coming Act” award at the 2016 Worcester Music Awards, BLB released their first LP in 2017.  Their debut LP climbed to #186 on the NACC 200 national college radio charts. “It’s a smooth piece of work, rife with some spectacular guitar work and a low-key sort of funk” – T&G.

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