One car accident, swerved off road, lost control, 2:30 am, alcohol was a factor.---per Live 5 News. When will people learn, drinking then getting in your car never ends good. Let's report ALL the new city paper. RIP
Rest In Peace brother.
He will be missed....God, what a terrible loss....its guys like him that keep music and arts in reach and real......
Thank you so much for doing this for Brad.
These guys have a very likeable sound, super-duper great vocals, clockwork timekeeping on the drum kit and bass, lead guitar could be a little more edgy but the sound focus is understandably and pleasantly geared toward the synths...and there is only one Elliot Easton in the world. Great combo for a group of working guys with a catchy name too!
No Texas dates??
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Was gonna call my band copy and paste but it was taken. Shovels & Rope a definite breath of fresh air and originality on the music scene. Just don't forget the home town. Wonder if they would have made it as Michael and Carry Anne?
1974 was a good summer. I was just a kid. I remember those songs. Going to the record store was a thing kids did all the time. We were still buying 45s then. The mighty KTM had just gone on the air, bringing FM rock to Charleston. Without Ipods, Pandora or even walkmans, the radio supplied the playlist and each summer had a set of songs associated with it. Thanks for the records and the memories.
They did not play Murder in the City. It's my favorite song and they didn't play it.
Yeah baby. Gimme that Honeysmoke!
Great album guys! Really looking forward to the album release show this Sunday!
sweeeeet sweeeet like honeybee...
believe that's "birdfest," not "merlefest".....since it already happened weeks ago ;)
Sarah was doing what she loved. If this movie doesn't get made then she would have died for nothing. Make the movie, dedicate it to her & give the proceeds to a charity she would have appreciated.
The Colombian Neckties would have never done a Beatles cover. Besides, the Fire Apes had that market cornered.
Whatever happened to just getting in the van and touring?
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