I've heard this band play. So impressive. Well worth hearing.
I saw him at Hatch hall. I thought he was super.
Great band. Seen them at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC back in December. Tunes are catchy and uplifting. On the level of Coldplay, U2, Radiohead but with a newer twist and direction. Captivating.
Last-minute lineup change: Tin Can Set (facebook.com/tincanset) will open the show - Grey Zine won't be playing.
Fowls' debut album will be available for the first time at this show: http://www.bettyelmrecords.com/stream-tracks-from-fowls-into-the-wild/
Going to be a great Saturday night at Abilene ... the Younger Gang at 7, Ruckus Juice Jug Stompers' Fifth Anniversary Bash starting around 8:30,
Love them! Great fold that everyone can enjoy. Awesome front man.
Great mix of sounds! Groovin' jazz fusion....can only come from very talented musicians!! Even passed the "teenager test"!!! Gotta be HOT!!!
Sirsy Fan: Thanks for the correction! We've fixed it in the article.
The guitarist is named RICH.....NOT MIKE! He is Rich Libutti........
R. Mike is an awesome guitar player. Great live band.
Also performing will be hip hop duo Malicious Intent and solo artist Homiside, also Kids With a Z, and Blackened Blues.
They're an awesome group of talented young men. Worth coming out to hear
Smooth Jazz is a part or is somewhat Jazz which is influenced by R&B, funk, rock, and pop music.
Thanks for pointing out the error, we have corrected it in the text above. Apologies for the mistake.
big eyed PHish
yo Frank if you're going to write an article about us, next time make sure you have no bias; "juvenile humor for booger-eating morons drenched in soda pop," really ? because you know us personally, right? The sarcasm you display throughout this article is very apparent. While you might think of it as a joke, think of "us" the fam, as a joke, we still are human and deserve respect.
from, Rachel (aka AviLeTTe)
I like the Anderson Stingrays. They were asked to play the show by Joe Queer and that really says a lot. I think these guys rule.
For those who won't be attending Friday's RPO concert, stop by Nazareth College Arts Center when the Pipes and Drums of the Black Watch 3rd Battalion (the Royal Regiments of Scotland) and the Band of the Scots Guards present a program entitled British Isles of Wonder, celebrating the music of Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales. The program will also include an armed forces tribute. The show starts at 8 p.m.; artscenter.naz.edu.
Too bad they got the original opener booted off the bill.
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