When the Mad Caddies come to town, you head on out no matter how cold it is. Minus 30 degree weather didn’t stop all who attended. The thing I love about Sunday shows, however, is the early end time ’cause ya know… I’m old now.
Supporting act Class of ’93 was a local Calgary outfit with a brand of grit, growls, and post-beer-chugging energy. Built on the principles of ‘beers, babes, and buds,’ Class of ’93 is a classic example of a party onstage. They have a blast playing and don’t take themselves too seriously, even when the bassist announces a mulligan.
Mad Caddies are always great. That may be a biased opinion because I love ’em, but they really are. I was told that out of the two nights they played, the second night ‘allegedly’ was the better night. But I like to think that’s true. Warming up the crowd with “Coyote” (a masterpiece) Mad Caddies kept it fun, energetic, and involved with the crowd. And that’s the thing about Mad Caddies; you always feel like you’re part of the performance instead of just watching it.
See the full gallery of the show below:
Mad Caddies latest release ‘Punk Rocksteady’ was released June 2018 on Fat Wreck Chords