If there’s one band that you simply have to see live, it’s Foxy Shazam. Period.
The Ohio-based group has spent the last decade building a reputation for themselves, being well-known for their signature live performances that are often a somewhat delicate balance between wildly theatrical and just plain insane. And they do so while wielding a unique and infectious brand of rock in a style that’s all glam.
While 2012 saw the release of the band’s fourth studio album, The Church of Rock and Roll and a tour with legendary guitarist Slash, the following year seemed to quiet down for the group. But appearances can be deceiving, as was the case with Foxy Shazam, which was actively spending that time in pursuit of a collective self-improvement.