Photos + Review: Big Brother and The Holding Company with The Love Dimension at The Uptown
By Daniel Kielman January 19, 2017
Photos + Words by Ria Burman
The Love Dimension gave an energetic, get-down of a performance supporting Big Brother and The Holding Company at Oakland's The Uptown on Friday.
The local, groovy musical collective rip-roared through original psychedelic rock and roll tunes, getting the crowd jumping, before Big Brother and The Holding Company blues-rocked the rest of the night away, with a wail-worthy performance from lead singer, Darby Gould.
If you're unfamiliar with Big Brother, check out the 1968 album, Cheap Thrills and prepare to have your rocks blown clean off.
Ever delightful and eclectic, The Love Dimension brought their unmistakable psychedelic rock and roll to Slim's a week back. Heating up the hearts of great, local music lovers throughout the cold night, The Love Dimension displayed distinct vocals, fun~is~the~key bass and groovy guitar riffs entwined with sweet beats, shakes and rattles, keeping the rock and roll flow alive and happening!
If you have yet to see The Love Dimension, get on down to The Uptown Nightclub on January 13th 2017. They'll be playing with Big Brother and the Holding Company. A show not to be missed!