Enuff Z’ Nuff returned to Pittsburgh for a show at the Crafthouse this past Thursday with local openers Dying Breed and Funhouse there to warm-up the crowd. While the set included the big hits you’d expect, namely “Fly High Michele” and “The New Thing,” the band also pulled out some lesser known favorites that made the for a very fun evening…
Highlights from the night included “Wheels” from the album Seven, “Dog on a Bone,” from Clowns Lounge, and the classic cover of David Bowie’s “The Jean Genie,” which can be found on 10 and on the album Covered in Gold, which includes everything from covers of Prince’s “When Doves Cry” to a cover of the Theme from Greatest American Hero, “Believe it or Not,” and is definitely worth checking out, along with the band’s latest release Diamond Boy.
The current line-up features Chip Z’ Nuff on bass and lead vocals, guitarist Tory Stoffregen, drummer Dan B. Hill and Stevie Ramone filling in on rhythm guitar with Alex Kane slated to catch up with the band next month.
From the miles of smiles throughout the show, to the comical parlor tricks from Tory and Chip, these guys never fail to entertain. Check out our interview with frontman Chip Z’ Nuff about the band’s latest album Diamond Boy here, and be sure to follow us for more coverage from their recently announced Friday night performance at the M3 Rock Festival in Maryland next month.
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