Well, he's got a band with him this time, in a venue he's always haunted solo. Some fans may like that, and some may not, but anyone who caught Radney Foster with a full backing band last May at the Gypsy Tea Room can confirm that Foster with a supporting posse is quite a different proposition than Ol' Radney by his just-call-me-lonesome. This time the country-pop crooner is back at Poor David's Pub, a stage he graced alone and often during his Nashville downtime, and you can expect to glimpse Foster's career second-wind: upbeat where it once was melancholy, throttling where it once was nuanced, filled-out and aggressive where it once was skeletal and insidious. It's neither an improvement nor an impairment. It's... More >>>