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It’s no secret or surprise that Petty Morals are heavily influenced by the Go-Go’s (who isn’t?). Nearly every press mention of the Boston band references the ’80s pop group, and its members have even been known to bust out a few classic jams, along with hits from the Bangles, via their perfectly-named side project GoBang!
So when Petty Morals made the trip down Route 3 last night to open for Jane Wiedlin’s Elettrodomestico last night (August 3) at the New World Tavern in Plymouth, part of the upstart Plymouth Rocks Events series we profiled earlier in the week, there was potential for on-stage collaboration magic.
And that’s exactly what happened. We’re told that Wiedlin joined Petty Morals on stage for their soundcheck, and then during her performance, invited the band on stage to cover the classic Go-Go’s track “Our Lips Are Sealed.” Watch fan-filmed video of the performance below, courtesy of the Plymouth Rocks Facebook page.