Strange Talk projected their sounds at The Black Sheep, on Dec. 7. They were the opening acts, along with Ballyhoo! Terraplane was the main support and The Unlikely Candidates were the headlining act.
Stephen Docker is the vocalist and keyboardist, Gerard Sidhu is the bassist and backup vocalist, Travis Constable is the drummer and Gillan Gregory is the guitarist and keyboardist of “Strange Talk”.
Prior the start of Strange Talk’s set—the stage lights dimmed, the crowd cheered and Constable soon struck his cymbals rapidly. After the song came to an end, Docker greeted the viewers thanked RXP103.9 and introduced the band as a whole. He went onto say they were from Australia. He stated it was his and the Gregory’s first time in Colo. And it was the first time the band had seen snow. He mentioned they would continue to play and music and hoped the spectators would enjoy it.
Before the start of the fourth song—Docker joked with the audience, said how he needed to adjust to the high altitude and how it was getting to him. He continued to say he needed to get more in shape and reminisced about putting himself on the treadmill, while Strange Talk was staying at a nearby hotel. He went onto say how much of a bad idea it was. After he finished his statement, the onlookers laughed along with him. As they proceeded with the song, Sidhu assisted him with backup vocals.
As Strange Talk was about to get underway with their sixth song, Docker mentioned their next album would be due out in early 2014. He said they were aiming towards somewhere in March and is looking forward to playing in Colo. again. Then, Constable proceeded to play the heavy percussion instrumental introduction. Sidhu and Gregory went onto jump and down, as they joined in on the instrumental and played too.
For the final song—Docker encouraged everyone to sing along to the words, if they knew the words to it. Afterwards—he thanked everyone for attending the evening’s event and for everyone treating them well, during their stay. During the song—Gregory began to rhythmically clap his hands and those in attendance followed suit, as soon as they caught on to his actions. After the song came to an end, Docker thanked the crowd one last time and stated Strange Talk would see them soon.