Ha. I guess u r really busy meg, glad u could make time to read the story about ur self and comment a couple times. Go back to being irrelevant and playing the likes of the Crab shack and the oasis.....no offense crab shack, y'all have good fried shrimp.
we were too busy selling the show out to care. yeah that's right, I'm a real person who isn't famous, driving from town to town playing music, and not some lame-ass idiot hiding behind a computer. bet your most rock and roll story is that time you got drunk alone (again) and pissed yourself.
OMG SORRY I'M NOT ROCK AND ROLL ENOUGH FOR YOU BULLOCKSONU. twat.
Saw Fuller Condon in the crowd a few nights ago at the Royal American. He was NOT wearing jeans. Later he smoozed with bassist Tim Peacock of the band Woody Pines. (http://chuckography.blogspot.com)
Possibly some of the lamest rock & roll stories I've ever heard. Shame on u Bowers for writing this drivel. Groupies, Zeppelin and a mud shark. That's a good rock & roll story! It's worth a google kids.
Can't wait for tomorrow night's show!
I really like listening to this music. Ironically, it makes me feel quite lively.
Grace you are.. She kicks open the swinging saloon doors to the City of Charleston, S.C. She then stacks a Duracell battery upon her left shoulder with the look of dare to knock it from it's perch, then she curses with confidence... Oops! La grâce que vous êtes au naturel! Je t'aime.
A music journalist who would mention the butthole surfers as one hit wonders, better go listen to some more music.
Wouldn't Baha Men or LMFAO be better analogies, though? EMF and Jesus Jones both turned out a couple of albums each, and not all of them were crap.
No more than the Butthole "Pepper" Surfers....
It's not "free" if I have to give away my email address, which will almost certainly lead to me getting some more great offers about my penis or hair or retirement fund.
Cute, but would have been better to see actual artist...
A good time to get your cherry popped..Really?
"Though he's generally dismissed as a novelty act or a one-hit wonder, Afroman's no EMF or Jesus Jones."
...a LOT of good local talent from all walks of life are beginning to make a circuit of the open mic scene in Charleston...a regular feature column spotlighting a different venue each week would not only be interesting to the general public, since that is where a lot of open mic performers come from, but would also help the venues as well as promoting the local music scene!
These guys are so creative and fun to see.
I love Shovels and Rope, and I love Royal Tinfoil. They are different bands, completely. Comparing their self-released album to another band with a totally different set of circumstances is just bad journalism. Can you just let your local bands have their own identity? I am so happy for the success of any musician that has worked their ass off and made something of themselves, but these constant comparisons of locals artists to the local superstars is artistically stifling, and so inappropriate for fostering a SCENE AND NOT ONE BAND. This was fucked up City Paper, shame on ya.
Love these guys! It's always a fun show. Don't miss the opportunity to check 'em out.
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