The opener was selected because they're great musicians and they were psyched to play with Kim Richey. Come out and see them! The Concert Promoter
The best reason the opener was selected that you can come up with is the fact that someone in the band was once in a band with a guy who was on the same label as the the headliner? Really?
The song is "Hollywood Nights", not "Hollywood Hills"... Sigh.
The Bronzed Chorus rawk!!! They're gonna be the next Aerosmith!!!
The "Bob Seger is a poor man's Bruce Springsteen" claim revaels a cursory understanding of Seger's career and the height of cliche (the very thing the reviewer ascribes to Seger). A closer look at their respective careers reveals that Seger's songs, while more modest than Springsteen's often more grandiose and sometimes political overtones, connect more intimately with his audience because of his simple yet universal themes related to real life emotions and relationships. As Bob Dylan once said "some people say that Bob Seger is a poor man's Bruce Springteen but I always thought that Bruce Springsteen was a rich man's Bob Seger."
Benefit for Interact
InterAct is a private, non-profit, United Way agency that provides safety, support, and awareness to victims and survivors of domestic violence and rape/sexual assault. InterAct fulfills this mission through the support of its volunteers and community.
Horseskull bringing the doom factual proof at the Maywood
Sorry about that, Martin. We'll aim not to disappoint again.
The print edition of the Indy suggests we check out the Scan blog for a more detailed listing of Record Store Day events around the Triangle. Yet, the scan blog has not been updated since Wednesday, and a search reveals no such listings. Thanks for nothing.
Correction: This is a Trickle Media event, and the Record unfortunately will not be able to perform, and are no longer on the bill. Thanks, and I hope to see you out there!
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Haley Dreis is amazing! Originally from Winston-Salem now a resident of Nashville Tnn. Haley is always a welcome guest to Raleigh! NC Local Music Loves Haley Dreis!
This show is going to be amazing for an amazing cause
In celebration of the centennial of the premiere of The Rite of Spring, I've made an animated graphical score of it: http://www.musanim.com/rite/PressRelease.h…
Wish I could go.
Youth United Battle of the Bands is a family friendly event featuring some of the best on-the-rise youth bands from the Triangle. Bands will battle for the top two awards on the main stage at Motorco. A panel of music professionals and the crowd will determine the winners. In addition to awesome live music, concessions including pizza and cupcakes will be sold at the event. This is a fundraiser for Youth United Habitat house builds. Durham based Merge Records and ReverbNation are helping to sponsor the event. Admission is $10 at the door and presale tickets are available for $5 at www.purplepass.com/yubob.
Woo-h00! Sherman Lee Dillon, and the M.S.G. Acoustic Blues Trio... and more, all in one show!
Thanks, slipjig. We had the event at Outsiders Art (http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/old-time-…) but hadn't ended it here. Fixed!
This jam still goes on, but is now held at Outsiders Art, 718 Iredell Street.
Tax Day this year is gonna be a brawl!
See photos of the champions, download the FIGHT! flyer, and more on the Fair Fight tumblr! http://fairfightnc.tumblr.com/
Horseskull laid it down rocking the Casbah in full fashion. Here is the factual proof..
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