Groove Thangs 25th Anniversary at Alligator Alley
Last night, Pat and his brother Bonefish Johnny took the stage at Alligator Alley with a keyboard, MaBbook computer, and guitar. They produced some badass covers of Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love," James Brown's "Please Please Please," and a quirkier caribbean version of Harry Belafonte's "Jump in the Line." Most of the members of the Groove Thangs are appearing tonight at Alligator Alley for their 25th anniversary including Pat, Bonefish Johnny, Kilmo (Carl Pacillo and the owner of Alligator Alley), and Tim Kutcha. Sax player Jeff Watkins couldn't make it, he's currently on tour with Joss Stone. Don't expect as many covers as Pat and John cranked out last night, the Groove Thangs excel most when they play original tunes. The show starts at 9 p.m. and costs $12.