Wow, this is definitely some good stuff to read. Still don't know how I feel about Collapsible Ling, but is good to hear what he has to say about it. I also relate with the fact thay the journalist is a longtime fan! I believe I would stop breathing for the first 10 minutes if I ever meet Matt Thiessen. I feel related to this article and I just love it (especially the part of "telling your mom about it" I did it like 10 times, she knows all about it. I hope I'll get the chance of meeting him!@. LOVED THE ARTICLE.
Bing Crosbie couldn't sing his way out of a wet paper bag. Total hack. My money is on Bing Crosby. If that kid keeps it up he might just make something of himself
But the event looks great, regardless of the random commentary
I love Christmas music, especially the oldies. Who's got a better voice than Bing Crosbie? I'm sure most musicians would agree.
If you're not yet familiar with it, you need to check out A John Waters Christmas.
That is fantastic!
hey chaz weren't you the guy who tried to have motormouth arrested after you were publicly humiliated by the bois?
Why does charleston hate punk music?
Guess you haven't been fucked real good by the Mabel!!! Don't worry will slam that hate right outta ya chaz
Those guys suck. Nice video.
Can't blame the guy. Charleston is an amazing small city.
As amazin as it is.....it's still a small city.
So it's a low ceiling here for artists of all stripes. And you hit it really fast if your goal is to go big, charleston just doesn't offer that level of exposure.
Best of luck! I admire Steven for following his dream.
Steven Fiore's move is a tremendous loss for Charleston, and, in my opinion, a harbinger of The Holy City's fall from grace. I once took a date to a Fiore show at Eye Level Art Gallery and we walked home in tears. His music is hauntingly beautiful.
Apparently the bores have won. We are more interested in raising the rent and attracting Ohio state derpers than focusing on what is truly important.
Stop writing sad songs.
I love Kenzie!
Good Luck Steven! I just moved to Charleston from LA, and the one thing I miss is the music scene.. I have never heard so much talent like I did in LA. Be prepared for some competition though, there are a lot of artists who should be famous but they're not. It's all about who you know and the connections you make, so hopefully you get to meet a lot of people working in the industry or just a chance to play in front of a lot of people, you can always audition for the talent shows :) I just heard your songs, you have a chance for sure. Good luck!
Good luck Steven! You'll be missed, but I can't wait to see what you do out there!
we don't need to practice...we need some payin gigs Raaandy
Her music makes me want to vomit.
....and she's hot!!
It's been in my cd player since the day it was released...I don't plan on taking it out either!! These guys ROCK!!!
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