Fitz and the Tantrums
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
Jan. 27, 2011
The Regency Ballroom
Better than: Dancing to the same LMFAO songs over and over again.
The eardrum-destroying power behind Fitz and the Tantrums' sold-out show Friday night at the Regency Ballroom left attendees squinty-eyed and disoriented, but wanting more. “We collectively are making a hot sweaty mess up in here tonight,” frontman Michael Fitzpatrick, exclaimed, with much cockiness.
His skeleton-like figure was dressed in all black, with that signature blonde streak sweeping across his forehead. He mentioned the array of women waiting for him backstage within the first 10 minutes of being up there. Gripping a microphone anchored to its stand for most of the set, any movement the somewhat robotic Fitz lacked was made up for by his counterpart, Noelle Scaggs.