You omitted my VERY favorite of the three groups playing tonight, GOODBYE, TITAN. They have a enormous wall of textured sound, unquestionably euphoric, and then drop to barely discernible brushes of delicate sound. http://www.reverbnation.com/goodbyetitan . One of three must-see groups tonight. 10pm. And all free. -Quite the sweet life we have here in the Triangle.
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For those unable to attend, you may still donate to the family. From http://www.hawriverballroom.com/event/1257…, "Donations may also be made via PayPal. The address is email@example.com ."
In case anyone's reading this on Friday evening, that previously-unnamed, surprise band is LOST IN THE TREES. Some folks would pay the $5 admission just to chat with members of that fine group!
There are three, not just two, bands playing here tonight. My favorite of the three, GOODBYE, TITAN, somehow missed promo on your events calendar. They are an impressive wall of gorgeous sound one moment, and a barely discernible touch the next. They create a euphoria of aural sensation that I have rarely known. http://www.reverbnation.com/goodbyetitan . Were there just Minor Stars and Monsonia playing, both must-see groups as well, you would be thrilled. But adding GOODBYE, TITAN to the mix, this is one show not to miss. And it is free. We are so fortunate to live in this rich cultural environment in the Triangle.
My recommendation: stop in for casual dinner from Fiesta Grill nearby on Hwy 54 (or pick up a take-out before they close) and enjoy a show for free that easily headlines for $10-$15 around here, AND in an up-close, intimate setting. Dress very casual; this is not your preppy bar.
Thanks for the heads-up on this. And with a 7:30pm, work-friendly start time, it's easy enough to enjoy dinner out and see some highly-rated music, as well as welcome an Aussie to our parts.
I registered [correction] "signed in" tonight, here in March 2011, for two of the The Indy ticket giveaways. (I'd forgotten I'd registered a few years back.) I looked to see what additional information I had provided initially, and was surprised to see I had made 4 comments previously. One of my comments took me to this 2003 local music guide where I've spent the last half hour looking up old band names, and to my surprise, matching old band members with names I've just come to know. It struck me as sweet coincidence that my first visit to this 2003 guide was exactly 4 years ago, where I reflected the same thoughts as today, now 8 years later. Again I say, "I'm so glad this old information is still available!"
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