Bands of Gypsy

By FRANKLIN SOULTS  |  September 25, 2007

“The message that we bring is not necessarily just our message,” he explains. “It’s the same that Bob Marley brought; it was the same message that John Lennon brought. It’s a message of spiritual liberation. So that message is bigger than underground. I mean, it’s physically huge — you know, because there’s lots of horsepower in the band. There’s nine people that are all incredibly talented. It’s just fucking huge all the way around. It’s not underground or mainstream. It’s a phenomenon, you know?”

BALKAN BEAT BOX | Harpers Ferry, 158 Brighton Ave, Allston | October 3 | 617.254.9743 | GOGOL BORDELLO | Roxy, 279 Tremont St, Boston | October 11 | 617.338.ROXY

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