There are a myriad of influences at work within the gritty rock 'n' roll of Black Church Service. Their sound has a bluesy, boozy swagger that is both infectious and invigorating, and it just seems to sound better the later in the evening it gets. The high-octane local quartet are celebrating their CD release Saturday at the Entry, which should add to the boisterous, festive nature of the night. It should be a raucous affair that is bound to get both the band and their fans moving, with everyone knowing they can sleep it all off the following day. With Poverty Hash,... More >>>