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Miss Fairchild 7.20

For the last two decades under the stage lights, New England’s Miss Fairchild has built a reputation on spectacle, musicianship, awe, and entertainment. Capably combining “juicy bass, slick grooves, and that peaches-and-cream brand of rhythm and blues” (Dig Boston) the band’s live performances have come to resemble one of Prince’s storied aftershows: a melange of original-song staples, b-side cover tunes, and extended jams that would make even the Purple One smirk and bat his lashes with approval.
But who exactly is Miss Fairchild? Think of her as your favorite aunt: flashy,
freewheeling, funky as hell, and most importantly not your parents. The year 2021 saw the band emerging from a pandemic-induced creative slump, complete with new material and a renewed sense of purpose; people need Miss Fairchild today. Their new album, The Other (release date TBD), which reunites the band with songwriter Dunlap, rockets through the atmosphere fueled by instant Party-Funk classics (“Tryin’ For The Weekend,”
“Hit The Ground Runnin”) then floats amongst the stars with sexy, slow-burn numbers (“Body Right,” “You Got To Be Heaven”).

Come Celebrate 20 Years of Miss Fairchild at The Gaslight on July 20th, 2024