Gotta like a tribute to The Cramps. Just wish they would have gotten the respect they deserved back in the day. :)
It's amazing how after all these years this music is live again and people are crying at concerts. It really has something so incomprehensibly emotional in it that you just can't hold it in.
good piece..and of course, robert...as kind and honest as one can expect
Really want to see this!
Such a great great great record by a unique and wonderful group of musicians!
Good work fellas!
But are you a Charlestonian?
/I am not Charlestonian. I am Devo.
So stoked for these guys!
Correction, Elise is a native of New Jersey who lives in Charleston now. I've lived here for 20 years now & I am not a native.
dont mention the local talent that makes shows like this possible LOCALLY FUNDED MAGAZINE! The guys of The 33'S and F.M.J.(Full Metal Jacket) have worked hard to bring you this show. Come support local music and most of all the amazing, humble and talented Joe Buck!
Well now..you did hit on a true point. There are reams of arguments back and forth about conformity through non-conformity back in the day.
Still everyone has heroes and influences. Doesn't make you any less "punk".
At a Black Flag show i saw a fight between Henry Rollins and a tall kid in a mohawk. Henry had recently let his hair grow out. The kid thought Henry had sold out. Apparently even non conforming among the non comforming was forbidden.
Henry was a hero of mine, of course that has change. I've changed my political viewpoints, he is still the same.
Another time, I remember 2 friends showing up at some party looking identical in stocking caps, jeans, doc martins and Corrosion of Conformity T shirts. I thought it
was hilarious, but they didn't see the humor.
In any case, I prob won't go see Legs, but i sure as hell respect his body of work.
"Most everyone had heroes. Still do."
Punk rock: Conformity through non-conformity.
Well Matt..this time you stepped in the shit. Your certainly entitled to your opinon.
Although this time your completely off base and full of it.
Most everyone had heroes. Still do.
Stick to your agenda...I'm sure Crass would be with you.
True punks do what they like regardless of what other people think. I loved this book and I'm psyched to meet McNeil and McCain!
True punks wouldn't go see this, as true punks don't have any heroes.
This is so awesome. Charleston is so amazing. The more things that can be taken over by the vibrant youth in that old city (instead of the old static Charlestonians) the better.
I'm proud to say that I'm from the same graduating class and I sat through a couple classes with this guy-- the Charleston Music Hall is in good hands, and I'm sure this is just the beginning of many awesome things to come from that forum.
Sending lots of support and positive vibes! GO Charleston!
Charles good for you and continued success.
Charles is THE MAN. Could not ask for a better dude.
Congrats Charlie you deserve it :)
Liberals like you always want to stifle the economy with laws and regulations.
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