Something to believe in

By CHRIS CONTI  |  July 9, 2013

Garzone said he has no timetable for an official Divey album release but will continue playing out as a foursome. Garzone plays drums with a local all-star band of sorts called Burlapen, featuring Rachel Jorgensen, Mike Samos, Diane O’Connor, and Sean Kennedy. And he will work with local singer-songwriter Jesse Burdick at the Columbus later this summer. But, with a full band behind him, Garzone sounds cautiously optimistic.

“Jaded by being in bands since I was a teenager, I’m not sure if anything lasts, but I like the minds that I have surrounded myself with,” he said. “Everyone’s a believer and that takes a lot of heart. Divey is a band now.”

DEATH VESSEL + PASSERINE+ DIVEY  | Friday, July 19 @ 8 pm | The Columbus Theatre, 270 Broadway, Providence |

Murphy’s Law serving free Rice Cakes!

Speaking of the Columbus Theatre, the Rice Cakes have been laying down tracks for their next release there and were handpicked by Knox-Miller to perform as one of the headlining acts at the inaugural “Newport Homegrown” showcase at the Folk Festival. Roz Raskin, Justin Foster, and Casey Belisle have been on a helluva roll since walking off with the WBRU Rock Hunt crown last year. The Rice Cakes will play an intimate (and free) thank-you show for fans at Murphy’s Law (formerly the Ground Round, where Foster was a longtime employee) next Thursday.   ^

THE RICE CAKES + CORY WALDRON & THE NEW NEW BAND |Thursday, July 18 @ 7 pm | Murphy’s Law, 2 George St, Pawtucket | 401.724.5522 |

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