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Published: 2013/03/29

RAQ Return With Classic Covers and More

RAQ kicked off a multi-day reunion run at Boston, MA’s Paradise Rock Club last night. As previously reported, drummer Adrian Tramontano—who plays with RAQ’s Todd Stoops in Kung Fu—filled in for longtime RAQ drummer Greg Stukey throughout the night.
RAQ opened with “Welcome to the Donkey Show,” off their first album, and charged through classic RAQ songs like “Will Run,” “Tumblin’ Down,” “Forget Me Not” and “Bootch Magoo,” among others. They also offered their covers of Ween’s “Push The Little Daisies” and The Allman Brothers Band’s “Whipping Post” (though the latter song owes more to Frank Zappa’s arrangement of the song).

RAQ’s tour will continue at New York’s Gramercy Theatre this evening.

Thursday, March 28, 2013, Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA

Donkey Show >
Hannah Can >
Will Run
Stuck In A Hole >
Tumblin’ Down
Bootch Magoo >
Late Night >
Push The Little Daisies >
Late Night
Shirley Be A Drooler

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Forget Me Not >
Whipping Post >
Bootch Magoo

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paulfrombuffalo March 29, 2013, 15:56:39

Hope this mini-tour isn’t a one shot deal – one of the best live bands around! Big Zappa fans, taboot

Beast March 29, 2013, 19:32:01

Insane show

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