Free Energy: Deregulating Conceptions of Rock & Roll

Published On February 19, 2011 | Concerts

Philadelphia residents have recently experienced deregulation of energy services and last night at The Church, a packedĀ  house of eager fans were treated to Free Energy.

The home-town rockers embody a spirit of rock n’ roll music straight out of the 1970’s. From their long hair, rocking guitar and baseline riffs, and free spirit on stage, it’s easy to get swept up in their energy.

The crowd sang, clapped, and danced along with Free Energy with a sense of enthusiasm reserved only for true rockers. After touring all over the country with the likes of bands like Weezer, Free Energy was playing their final show of their tour in their hometown and we loved every minute of it.

In addition to their own heavy-hitting tunes, Free Energy rocked a great cover of Tom Petty’s “I won’t back down” and closed the show with an encore cover of “Funky Town”.

These cats are the real deal and we’re proud to add them to the long list of uber talented musiciansĀ  to come out of the City of Brotherly Love and showcase the independence that this city is known for.

Check out our full photo slide-show from Free Energy below:

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