2010-09-17 / Community

Rockaway’s Indaculture Opening For Terry Reid

By Nicholas Briano

Indaculture during their award winning performance at the 2008 Coney Island Mermaid Parade. Indaculture during their award winning performance at the 2008 Coney Island Mermaid Parade. Rockaway’s favorite hyper-local band, Indaculture has been together for nearly a decade, but no show is as big as the one they are about to play this coming Wednesday night.

Indaculture will open for legendary guitarist and vocal legend Terry Reid along with co-headliners Walker and the Brotherhood of the Grape at B.B. Kings Blues Club in Times Square.

“This is probably one of the biggest shows we’ll ever play,” lead vocalist and guitarist Danny Mulvanerty said.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and Indaculture takes the stage at around 7:00 p.m. Mulvanerty and company briefly played with Reid once before at a show on Long Island two years ago.

“It was amazing to play with him,” Mulvanerty said. “I had only just listened to his work a couple of months before, and then had an opportunity to play with him. It was a real treat.”

Terry Reid and Walker Hornung performing together last year. Terry Reid and Walker Hornung performing together last year. English born, Terry Reid was once dubbed “super lungs” and was guitarist, Jimmy Page’s first choice to front the New Yardbirds which eventually became Led Zeppelin. However, Reid declined and continued to produce solo works, while performing with high profile musicians, as a supporting act and session musician, playing with the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, and the Rolling Stones. Reid put out his last record in 2004, but continues to tour and play frequent shows in the New York City area.

Co-headliners Walker and the Brotherhood of the Grape led by vocalist and guitarist Walker Hornung has deep Rockaway roots, living in the area for more than 20 years, starting his musical career with the band Q-south in the mid 1990’s. But Walker can best describe his relationship with Indaculture as one big happy family with many ties to one another.

Fallen Rockaway firefighter, Richie Allen, the brother of Indaculture drummer, Matty Allen, used to support Walker’s band Q-South by attending every show to video record for them, Walker says. “There are many common threads between me and Indaculture,” Hornung said. “They even came to Puerto Rico and performed with me when some of my band could not attend.” As far as playing alongside Reid, this is Walker and the Brotherhood of the Grape’s third gig with him.

“I was a huge fan as a kid, and through mutual friends and contacts we met one another,” he said. “We decided that we should play some shows together.”

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