What Makes The Disco Biscuits Play So Well At The Fillmore?
The Disco Biscuits and Philadelphia are inseparable. Since the band's inception at UPenn in 1995, they've claimed the city as territory for uncharted musical exploration. From Silk City and TLA to The Electric Factory and The Mann Center, the Biscuits have undoubtedly carved their initials in the pavement of Broad Street for eternity. And now the City of Brotherly Love has another venue for the band to call home, and it's by far the best one yet. The Fillmore is the premier venue that Philly has always needed. It'll be the seventh time that the Biscuits have graced the stage, and you know what they say about lucky number seven.
The Fillmore has quickly become one of the band's favorite venues to play and they're going to bring the ruckus. Between it being a hometown run for two out of four band members, and the Fillmore's layout being supreme, the Disco Biscuits are guaranteed to bring their A game. They're more than comfortable there and it shows throughout the various segments that still have replay value years later. Don't believe me? See for yourself.
Three shows. Six sets. Be there.