SuperCool – “Lord keep me good looking.”
While we all take this and other things like modern numerology for granted, there are a few people out there who innovators: unable to settle for what is considered the limits of human potential.
In the spirit of great innovators like medieval Arabs and Michael Jackson, Jeffrey Marshall of SuperCool is an innovator. He plays the bass guitar with his feet as if the instrument were meant to be played that way. In fact, through the earphones you’d simply be hearing great folk- and rock-inspired blues.
Daniel Levanti makes up the second half of SuperCool, playing guitar and backing his vocals with Marshall’s songs.
Marshall’s songs are personal, revealing the emotions of a man who would be considered severely disabled, but nowhere do you find self-pity, or even a man boasting of his novelty. Instead there’s an incredibly innovative man simply trying to sing about love, heartache and happiness.
I left SuperCool’s last show inspired.
Fans of Jack Johnson or Lenny Kravitz would enjoy SuperCool, so check them out at the Larimer on Nov. 3rd.
Keep drinking and rocking,