Johnny Delaware deserves all the success he is getting. Love that dude.
Nice article, bout time!
Bout time the City Paper recognized what the Dubplates have been doing for years.
This is the City Papers best article or award they have given the Dubplates.Even though the Dubplates played a show at the Best of Party, there was never a mention anywhere before or after that until now. Nice article. Plus the Dubplates used to be way better with a live drummer, now they use a drum machine and it sounds boring. Also why is there no mention of the other band members names beside Dave and Brady? Typical.
Sounds like he creates the dance music for our very own CHARLESTON COUGARS CHEERLEADING SQUAD GO COUGARS!
Great talent, lucky to have Whitt and his brothers around here...would hate to think of him ever having to sling shrimp at tourists ever again.
Thanks, Matt! I have updated the article!
I like to give credit where credit is due. The 37 bottle chandelier in Palmetto Brewing was a collaboration with Eric Doran (http://www.frederickdoran.com/). Hope this is the first of many projects we get to work on together.
What is so suprising? They are a fantastic band, rock N groove of the 70's. They play fun happy music. Just a joy to watch live.
Always a fine time.
He's also on James Island, not West Ashley. I'm happy to say I put his beautiful family in that house. I met Gino at a gig and we talked after. Moving closer to downtown came up and we left right then and there to see the house at 11pm. Synchronicity in so many ways. It was absolutely perfect for them!
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I'm not surprised at all. If you take the time to really listen to these guys you'll hear it. It's like jello in a mold, a little bit of wiggle room for each of them but together they stay in the ring and produce a solid confident sound.
Good dudes. Happy for them. I'm not bitter that my band didn't win at all......at all.... :*(
Last Godwin Falcon show I attended was pure serenity. The music was eloquent and beautiful; the lyrics were like golden whispers in my ear holes; and, besides being roofied by one of the band members and forced to play solitaire for 3 hours (with actual cards!!! WTF!!), it was the best experience of my life. Its good to see that beach music is making a come back!!!
Awesome musicians! Always a great time.
he's from Ecuador! revise!
"And then there's the tap dancer. That's not something you see every day." Have you guys not seen the V-Tones?
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