Liberated from the record label game, Jeff Thomas (ex-Frogs/Mighty Head) does what he wants now.
“The goal is to have fun. Last time at Grape Street I broke like 15 keys on my piano and threw it off the stage. I had to buy a new one,” he said.
Thomas has been playing music professionally in one way or another since 1991, and Saturday, he’ll be playing two hours worth of music at the only consistently reliable music venue in Manayunk, the Grape Room, with pop rock acts 28 North and Early Ape.
Helping him out is fellow industry survivor and Philadelphia music icon Eric Bazilian of The Hooters. It’s kind of a big deal to be backed up by the guy who wrote hits like “And We Danced,” “Blood From a Stone” and “What If God Was One of Us,” but Bazilian remains nonchalant about it.
“I have no expectations,” he said. “It’s his show. I’m a guest.”
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