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Amazing show in KC! ;-)
I still miss Terry a lot.
Conor from Dancing Plague doesn't pitch shift his vocals or "manipulate" them. That's all natural
The Local Pavlov EP was done with Gil, Bryan Coats (Black water Prophet) on drums and Ken Wolcott (the Hallows) Jeff and Travis joined after.
I have both there CD's. Love the Raven !
This reminds me of Liverpool's Cavern Club made legendary by the Beatles. Way cool.
As a five-year Bayou resident, and a witness to the first group of Idaho music students to inhabit this magical little spot, I'm a little surprised that the Inlander didn't track down Spokane's own Josh "Grandaddy of the Bayou" Simon for comment!
Fun Fact: There's an Official Bayou Gangsta Rap.
A couple of great guys! I just happened to be there when they got their picture taken. Glad to see they are getting some recognition for some thing they love doing!
Thought I would give it another shot Trying to look you up After all these years ! This is Janice Johnny's sister from Lynnwood. We have looked for you and wondered how you been for so many years And here you are :-) This is So totally awesome Miracles do happen...
We would love to try to catch up on some times old and new ! I sure hope you run across this or maybe even your daughter ? and pass the word along it would be absolutely wonderful to talk with you again for you have never left our thoughts and memories over so many years of time gone by. I hope this finds you doing well hope to hear from you real soon.
Our email is as follows... [email protected]
So damn ridiculous. ASCAP isnOBVIOUSLY in it fir the money. I mean really....gonafter the Girl Scouts for singing produced music around a campfire! FU ASCAP you vultures!!!!
I'd like to add that at KPBX, Spokane Public Radio, I have been doing a show on Sundays from 10-11pm called SOUNDSPACE with Zan, this is my third year, and I support and play local and regional music...have since day ONE...So, add my show to this list of DJs that supports local and regional music!! And please note, not all DJs are male...it is not just a blanket "Mr DJ..."
I do believe that this is the same Joe Carr I worked with in the early 90'S at precision graphics in Mohnton Pennsylvania You worked with people such as Roy/Sean the rocker Missy/Madonna and myself Greg under the bosses. ...the DiLullo's if it is get in touch with me at [email protected]
I would like to know where a contest is as well.
No. No. No. Coming from former big Neko Case fan, her show was a dud for a variety of reasons... including but not limited to...
- Unappreciative attitude. Body language and actual language conveyed a strong sense of "F Spokane. I can't wait till this show is over."
- Borderline offensive attire. Stretchy pants and bed head is so cool these days. (It looked like she rolled off her bunk on the bus and begrudgingly walked on stage). * This isn't a misogynistic thing, if a male musician put forth the same lack of effort I'd be just as critical.
- Blatantly despondent backup band. Zero chemistry. None... which I can understand. If my band leader was acting like Neko did I would go on auto pilot too.
- Neko cussing at her audience for using cell phones. (Get over yourself, you can't control the behavior of an individual in the audience).
This show was the biggest turn off I've ever experienced from an artist I considered myself a fan of. It was a bad show. Bad I say! Music writers of all people should have picked up on that, regardless of how much you like the artist's material.
In stark contrast, the Lucinda Williams show killed it. One of the best performances I've seen.
Wild card and poet are and will always be my favorite rap artest in the beginning i related more to poet i was heavily addicted to meth and lived the life style to the fullest but then incarceration took place and i was offered a second chance at life through drug court i jumped on it and now wildcards lyrics hit home as much as poets did to me i thank u both for setting me free through your lyrics and messages i would love to meet u both some day but cant leave peirce county washington. Congrats on the new album ill be showing my support by LEGGALY purchasing the album as soon as i figure out how to get my hands on it [email protected]
Motörhead 1983 at the Warfield in San Francisco. The fans rushed the stage, dislodged the first three or four rows of seats that were bolted to the floor and I wore the shirt until it dissolved.
You are talented, and will go far. Congratulations on this major accomplishment!
Much love for this guy. I'm excited for what the future holds for him. He's talented and has the best personality a person could have, and with that I know he'll go places.
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