Big Eyed Rabbit

Big Eyed Rabbit performs Big Mama’s Door (video)

Check out this video of Big Eyed Rabbit performing Big Mama’s Door by Alvin Youngblood Hart at Vincent’s in Worcester. Joining the group is Greg Woldkin on harp and Tyler-James Kelley on electric guitar.  Catch Big Eyed Rabbit live at Vincent’s on March 15, 2017

March 13, 2017

Big Eyed Rabbit at Vincent’s 4/27

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Big Eyed Rabbit returns to Vincent’s for an evening of electric hill country blues. Joining them for the evening is the amazing guitarist Tyler-James Kelly. Tyler-James plays in the great bands The Silks Music and Cowboy and Lady.

There is no cover to get in, tips for the band are appreciated. Music starts at 9 and there are two sets.

Big Eyed Rabbit is Jon Short, Duncan Arsenault and Jeff Burch, you can learn more about the band at www.bigeyedrabbit.com

April 26, 2016

Douglas Octoberfest 2015 [live]

December 8, 2015

Big Eyed Rabbit at Vincent’s with James Keyes

September 18, 2015

Live at The Stomping Ground

May 17, 2014

Big Eyed Rabbit with Leo ‘Bud’ Welch [photos]

Check out this great collection of photos from Artrocity of Big Eyed Rabbit backing up Leo ‘Bud’ Welch at Beatnik’s in Worcester MA

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Big Eyed Rabbit - photo: Ted Theodore

Big Eyed Rabbit – photo: Ted Theodore

April 2, 2014

Big Eyed Rabbit live at Tweed with Bow Thayer

March 17, 2014

Speedball live at Beatniks with Big Eyed Rabbit & Zack Slik

December 17, 2013

Rob and Steal live at Ralphs [video]

Big Eyed Rabbit performing Rob and Steal at Ralph’s in Worcester MA

January 31, 2013

WoMag on Big Eyed Rabbit

Matt Robert at the Worcester Magazine writes about how the band got started.

Titles aside, though, Big Eyed Rabbit plays a loud, joyful and visceral stew of John Lee Hooker groove built on Jeff’s deep bass and Duncan’s swinging, forceful drumming, underpinning Jon’s analog tube amp growl, rife with open-note harmonics and reliable alternating thumb-picked bass notes, while he sings about matters of love or relationship entanglements.

The story is in the behind-the-scenes aspects of the band: the vetting process that brought this particular lineup together, the approach to the stage act and recording, and a general philosophy that, though backed by unshakable conviction on the part of the band members, can nevertheless be difficult to articulate.

Read the whole article here

January 31, 2013
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