As with many artists, Cautious Clay is back on the road for his first headlining tour since pre-pandemic. In support of his long-anticipated debut album, ‘Deadpan Love’ that was released last year, Cautious Clay performed to a sold-out crowd at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA 03/01/2022. The show gave fans a full experience of both visual and audio stimulation as he was accompanied by a full band and on-stage lighting that changed colors throughout the set. Highlighted by the new songs, “Wildfire,” “Dying In The Subtelty” and “Agreeable”, many in the packed house were seen singing along to every word and taking in the experience versus a room filled with phones in the air. Born Joshua Karpeh, Cautious Clay was animated and energetic throughout the show as the alternated between singing and playing his signature instruments of saxophone and flute. The reaction to songs “Cold War” and “Reasons” brought the crowd’s energy to a pinnacle and many were overheard raving about the show. Check out the photos below!
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PHOTOS: Cautious Clay – San Francisco, CA 03/01/2022
B-Sides Staff 03/02/2022