by jaqui saf

Quintron & Miss Pussycat delivered their soul blasting-psychedelic-underwater funk for some lucky fools at Churchill’s Pub in Miami last night. The show was the duo’s final stop on their Too Thirsty 4 Love tour, leaving the world temporarily devoid of pre-concert puppet shows.

Artist: Quintron
Song: Witch in the Club


Quintron and co. don’t skimp on theatrics. Preceding their musical performance, the aforementioned puppet show told the story of a mysterious art gallery and a devious witch who is ultimately shot to death (repeatedly) by Santa Clause. The crowd stood entranced during drunken story time and which had a serious Pee-Wee’s playhouse vibe going on. It was my first exposure to puppets in a while so it was interesting to say the least.

During their musical set, the pace was frenetic. Maybe it was because their tour was ending, but the sound just wouldn’t let up. Quintron, aka Robert Rolston made regular use of his patented “drum buddy”, his rotating light activated drum machine. And the chemistry with his wife Panacea, aka Miss Pussycat, was flat out endearing.

Quintron & Miss Pussycat – Churchill’s – Miami from Quiet Color on Vimeo.

In short, the venue was most superior, the vibe was priceless, the sound was pretty on point for a dive, Quintron and Miss Pussycat are/is/ were fanfriggintasic, and most delightful of all were the bargain drinks and massive beer selection. Churchill’s Pub is a gem.

Quote of the night: “I wanna die in Miami. But not tonight” -Miss Pussycat

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