Live review: HorrorPops @ the Bluebird TheaterBy Tina Hagerling | April 27th, 2009 | No Comments »
Lead HorrorPop Patricia Day doesn’t lack style. Photos by Tina Hagerling.
Call it new wave, punk, ska, rock, goth or psychobilly. Whatever your flavor, the HorrorPops are happy to deliver. And so it was with a resounding “Hell Yeah!” that the excitable and heavily tattooed crowd ate it up at the Bluebird Theater on Saturday evening.
With fluttering lashes and a wicked grin, Patricia Day clenched her signature upright bass and proceeded to woo the mob with her sultry vocals and coy on-stage banter. Meanwhile, guitarist Kim Nekroman churned out old-school riffs and the occasional back-up vocals while hopping to-and-fro across the stage.
The HorrorPops know how to put on a show. With their freaky toe-tappers like “Walk Like a Zombie” and “Baby Lou Tattoo,” it was no wonder the frenzy didn’t let up until the last minute.
Tina Hagerling is a Denver-based freelance photographer and web designer. See more of her work here.