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
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
Big Eyed Rabbit is excited to be sharing a bill with WHAT on February 9th at The Lucky Dog Music Hall in Worcester MA. The Lucky Dog is the room that the debut EP was recorded in and always produces a bigger and more raucous sound. Check out that recording below and get out and see Big Eyed Rabbit and WHAT for a night of great music in a legendary venue.
Saturday February 9, 2013
The Lucky Dog Music Hall
89 Green St
doors at 9pm, 21+
check out WHAT here
You can grab a copy of our new album here!
Pick up a copy at the next Big Eyed Rabbit show!
Great time in Worcester last night at The Lucky Dog! We’re heading in to the studio this month to begin work on our first EP. Check back soon for more updates.
New Big Eyed Rabbit shirts being silk-screened by the fantastic Amy and Dave at Brilliant Riot in Worcester MA. These shirts are available at shows and soon on this website.
Big Eyed Rabbit is thrilled to have been asked to be a part of New Pilot’s CD Release Party at The Lucky Dog on May 18th. Also on the bill is the fantastic “Hey Now, Morris Fader“. We hope to see you there!
We all mourn the loss of our dear dear friend and musical comrade Scott Ricciuti. We are playing tonights show at The Lucky Dog for him. The Lucky Dog has graciously let us start at 9PM so that we could play a little longer than we originally planned. We all feel blue and we all feel the need to get out some emotion tonight. Like any good musician, Scott communicated best through his music. We hope to do that for him this evening.