Great life lesson here. Some people will go through many challenges to get what they want.
Great life lesson here. So people will go through many challenges to get what they want.
God Bless America.
I have always held that line close to me "Don't Trade your faith for science...your knees get weak" It's quite true I have seen it first hand, hope to get back to my roots, Thanks Andre! - Chemistry PhD student
"We have not the reverent feeling for the rainbow that a savage has, because we know how it is made. We have lost as much as we gained by prying into that matter." - Mark Twain
Lots of good memories at Smalls. I'm looking forward to the rebirth!
So glad you persevered, as a regular concertgoer I love Mr. Small's and appreciate all the visible improvements made over the last several years. Here's to many more great shows!
Keep up the good work! All your recent hard work has not gone unnoticed! Really feeling fresh alive there now :>
Thanks for not giving up! Mr. Smalls is one of the best places to see a show in the burgh.
what a great lead
I heard Smokey Topaz is featured on this new album!
This show is at Thunderbird Cafe!!
is this at GA or TBird?
It must have passed me by. I picked your music up on a random Google search for new material. It never occurred to me that the name would be considered shit. I'm a particular fan of "Anchorage". Beautifully written, hench metaphors. I've seen a lot less talented act a lot less humble. Anyway, peace and keep at it.
Nox "Boys" The one Guy is 50
Thanks much for the love Seth! Glad you are digging the album. Look for the re-release on Pittsburgh's own Wild Kindness Records in February! Tristan knocks it out of the park with the new song...
Just to follow up, there are a few local acts mentioned here, just not in a specific "local" list. Legs Like Tree Trunks, SpacePimps, Faithful Sinners, Nic Lawless, Red Western, Grand Piano -- all locals. We think there's a strong local scene and feature local bands week in and week out; if you cruise through the archives you'll see that about half of our music features are about local musicians, plus our Local Beat column tackles local issues weekly.
Thanks for reading!
Saw these guys at the Brillo Box years ago. Awesome to see they are still going strong.
outside of the shaky shrines album cover, no mention of LOCAL bands or artists? we need to cultivate our own. philly's got bands, ohio's got bands, where's the home grown? - brent
It seems very well that this is indeed the trial and error of life on the road. The basis of this is the personal satisfaction of the crowd...the personal relief that the band goes over with a great deal of charisma and that the way of the modern world of music is a very dry yet unforgiving life style. You can t be the bandmate of the 70 80 90s that proved there metal by antics away from the lights and sound. There is the way of the modern musician to create a new awareness of the greatness of the music..the greatness of the events and the wonderful felt associaition with others. The true make of a good band is the ability to get thier essence accross as fast as possible. The mix of this comes back to the Nirvana and other groups that melted thier lives into oblivion, but not before splashing hot and heavy amoung thier peers. Great music is the definition of bands tht can relate to thier audience. Getting to the audience is the very standard of lfe in modern society.
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