Taylor Ackerman's Global Acid Reset get their groove on


Taylor Ackerman’s Global acid Reset were happy to provide a high energy sweaty set of blues infused rock for a frenetically sweaty dancing full house at the Slice, Saturday, July 24.

Taylor Ackerman playing the Slice. Photo by Richard Amery

 They had a psychedelic  ’60s feel. A highlight was “My Baby Likes to Strut” and a wah wah drenched Hendrix inspired number.


They “ended” with a slower, more groovy version of the Steve Miller Band’s “Keep On Rockin’ Me Baby,” but weren’t quite finished.

 They were nearing  the end of an energetic set of gritty, blues based rock , but the trio of drummer Dustin Gergel, bassist Pat Ackerman and guitarist/vocalist Taylor Ackerman were called back for a couple encores of Black Sabbath’s “Sweet Leaf,” and their equally thunderous original L.O.V.E. from last year’s EP “Perfect Vision.”

Taylor Ackerman’s Global Acid Reset  playing the Slice. Photo by Richard Amery


 But Taylor Ackerman  sent everyone home in good spirits with a tender solo version of The Tragically Hip’s “ Long Time Coming.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A.Beat Editor

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