Bosnian Rainbows at First Unitarian Church

Yes, you read that correctly: a rock band performed at a church in Los Angeles. A very LA thing to do? I don’t know but the sound inside was amazing (naturally) but it got it hotter than Hades with the lack of/the weak air conditioning system.

The band played the entire album minus two or three songs. Highlights were “Turtleneck” with its extended guitar solo, “Red,” my favorite song off the albu,, and “Mother, Father, Set Us Free.”

Teri’s antics were a lot more subdued from her Le Butcherettes days. She never climbed an amp, hung from a rafter or anything wild but she still had a number of weird dance moves to entertain the crowd with.

Check out a few photos from the set below with more on my flickr.







About Afroxander

Afroxander is the nom de guerre for writer/photographer Ivan Fernandez, based in Southern California. He currently writes for L.A. Taco and Gamecrate while studying at San Diego State University.
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