Pick of the Day (Tomorrow Edition): Cortez the Killer

Presumably named after the well-known Neil Young song off his 1975 album Zuma that recounts the Spanish conquest of the Aztecs in what is modern day Mexico, this hard rock band is based in New York. Tuesday night, they’ll be in town to play a free show at O’Hanlon’s Pub. To give you a taste, here’s video from a few years ago of the band performing their song “Make A Move” at the Highline Ballroom:

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2 thoughts on “Pick of the Day (Tomorrow Edition): Cortez the Killer”

  1. Courtesy of James Brotheridge:

    I know the O’Hanlon’s site says “Cortez the Killer” is playing, but that’s not quite right. If I’m not mistaken, the band’s name is actually “Cortez and the Killers”. I know for sure it’s Marshall Burns’ Neil Young cover band, along with Chris Sleightholm, his brother Piper, and a bassist I can’t remember.

  2. I believe this group is based in my basement here in west cathedral.
    And they are awe inspiring to be sure.

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