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I saw the Knife at DC's Rock 'n Roll Hotel a few years back. It was a great show with insanely stoked fans, and afterward the girls took time to sign autographs and patiently posed for pics with fans, myself included. They were really sweet.
Great article ! Drummer Risa's family band is named Brinky, though.
Wednesday 13 a really great musician I seen him in Asheville North Carolina I can check that off my bucket list I love for him to come back to Asheville North Carolina again I wish wednesday 13 get recognized more in music a great songwriter in a great live performer
Cool. You're not even gonna mention the amazeballs local band that's opening for them?
I love Lisa De Novo!!
Love this. Lisa is a great musician and teacher!
The bands were good and did their part of making a good show. I was annoyed by the patrons (I as on the lawn) who stood and talked loudly during the whole Heart set. They were oblivious to how annoying they were being, and it was more than one or 2 groups.
I loved the concert. Every Band was AMAZING. Sure there was a few moments when it turned political but that was a few moments and Then it was all about the music. Parking is crazy and traffic a nightmare but totally worth it. I can say enough about how great the music was!!
The concert was great! BUT I came to hear the bands NOT the ravings of a transgendered idiot spouting love for Hillary Clinton and pushing the LBGTQ agenda. I dropped a half a grand on tickets, accommodations, food, gas etc to listen to the bands and this REALLY put a sour spin on my experience. I don't think I'll ever visit the "Queen City" again especially the PNC arena. The traffic control parking are terrible. I waa highly disappointed.
Well, Peter Gerstenzang, I don't think Bill Payne was into the session, Hayward and Lowell were for sure and they played great as could have been suspected. The only problem I have with this great collection of songs is that they are to far back in the mix, the orchestral parts too overbearing, in keeping with those decadent days, and the whole to sweetly produced. i don't mind the adding of orchestral backgrounds, and sometimes they take care of the doomladen atmosphere very effective, but they lack grit and fill in the spaces too much, where some breath of silence could have worked better, but those were the dreamy seventies, clouds of smoke taking us right into the horror of the eighties, which in its lyrics seem predicted by Paris 1919.
wonder how many people have actually heard Mel tell a joke live, God he was so funny on (i think) Jimmy Kimmel recently fn amazing
Ouch! These guys are clearly not trying to be the next Avett's. The writer was simply drawing a parallel to them by depicting a local connection, as well as Time Sawyer's plight as young, very talented musicians. Get over it and broaden your horizons a little!
this an awesome band and some really great dudes. come check them out, won't be disappointed.
No, they could not be the next Avett Brothers. Please post more articles of original bands that don't strive to be exactly like another band, that would be great.
We're so happy to see Time Sawyer's growth but will miss them at the Muse. One correction - "In June, Time Sawyer played Triple C Brewing Co. and the brewery created a special beer, dubbed "Time Hop IPA," for the band." While Triple C did create a special (delicious) brew for the band, this special The Time Sawyer Soiree was also held at The Evening Muse.
Can you still purchase megatickets?
For the first time in years, I feel confident that there will be new music. I don't doubt that Martie and Emily would do their "smaller footprint" thing with the Courtyard Hounds. And Nat might do another project. But in a few years, the Mother ship will sail again; and with new music.
So, how were they?
Pretty much everything you just wrote about John Waite is BS! You made him out to be a nutcase which he most definitely is not! As far as song titles from The Babys I can name more than a dozen! Starting with their 2 biggest hits Isn't It Time? and Every Time I Think Of You. I suggest you Google it. Also, John Waite knows how to behave in public! Do you? I have met him in person and he is a gentleman! Mr. Gerstenzang, I think you are the one who needs the Thorazine, not John Waite!
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