There’s a new rock ’n’ groove cover band on the scene. Comprised of three former members of longtime funk/rock/’80s band MacDaddy — vocalist Allison Tysinger, guitarist J.R. Getches (also of Smoking the Ghost), drummer Jim Ratcliffe — and bassist Jesse Anderson, the newly-formed and renamed Partymouth aim to establish themselves as “a fun, marketable foursome.”

[image-1]“We still play funk, ’70s disco, and ’80s rock-pop from the old set list, but we’ve thrown in some danceable rock like Led Zeppelin, Sly & The Family Stone, AC/DC, and other stuff,” reports Tysinger. “We will expand on the MacDaddy tradition of fun party music played well, presented professionally, and appealing to a wide audience.”

The band performs this Sat. July 28 out at the Bohicket Marina & Yacht Club (1880 Andell Bluff, near Seabrook Island, 768-1280) after the Governors’s Cup Fishing Tournament from 6-11 p.m. Next week, they’ll be in Mt. Pleasant at Art’s Bar & Grill (413 Coleman Blvd., 849-3040) for two sets on Fri. Aug. 3. Dig it.


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