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recently saw these guys and they f'in rock.....turn off the tv, get off the couch, walk out the door, and go to the show.....best live music i've seen in a long long time.
live painting by Angela Chvarak!
I give Billy Corgan+band 5 stars. However, I DO AGREE with the first comment posted, as far as the MF. It had to be nearing triple digits in there by the end of the show. The mics weren't loud enough during the bands playing, and I went to the mens room once and stood in water from the entryway door throughout the room. All that being said, I still had a DAMN good time!!!!!!!!!
http://www.lyndsaywojcik.com/fr_home.cfm The music speaks for itself!!!
MotorMouth Mabel is the best rock and roll band in Charleston.
Every MMM show that I see is the best MMM show I have ever seen!
Our favorite place in all of Charleston. The atmosphere is so laid back and Carolina Beach you want to kick off your shoes, have some shrimp and a cold one. Their food is all fresh, local and incredible. The owners Ronnie & Kim Johnson go out their way to make everyone feel they are the most important person in the place. Ronnie Johnson may be the best artist in the Southeast much less Charleston. You really got to hear & see his show. To sum it up, this is the place in Charleston for great food, great friends, and fabulous music.
Doug & Carol Howle
Discretion - good stuff - very natural acting - the production is really professional looking. The play makes you a bit uncomfortable because you watch a seemingly good marriage hit the rails when a young, good-looking guy comes into the picture. Worth the $$.
All I can say is, INCREDIBLE!!! This was the best show I have ever seen, entertaining the entire time, and the two of them keep you engaged and focused on their act until the end (which comes much too soon)! It is a two-man variety show, with skits likened to SNL and MadTV. Extremely creative and witty, and the acting is amazing! As intelligent as these guys are, they probably could have made technological leaps and bounds for the world, but their audiences are sure glad they turned to comedy instead! I would not be surprised to see "The Cody Rivers Show" on TV, so go catch the live act while you can!
Unique shows that you won’t see anywhere else!
I have seen this show in it's first "incarnation" at South of Broadway Theater in N. Chuck last October. The religious concepts explored, and their presentation were insightful, amusing and provocative. This Piccolo presentation should be even better considering the additional time Deuce Theatre has had to develop those concepts. Be prepared for the unusual, this performance is more than theater it's an experience.
I saw this play yesterday in preview and it was really, REALLY good. I was completely blown away by the acting and directing. It was a terrific production. The set was fantastic--it looked like a page out of Architectural Digest--very cool. Also, it was a bit sexy so I don't recommend it for under 13. But don't miss this show. It was great. It lasted about an hour and fifteen minutes which in my opinion is just about right for a Piccolo show. It's in Lance Hall which is on the Congregational (Circular) Church on Meeting St. I parked at the Cumberland St. garage which is on Meeting and Cumberland.
It's NOT at Marion SQ on Sunday, it's on the Customs House Steps!
Saturday noon - Marion Square to wow the Kids
Saturday - 11:00 pm: Pajama March on the Customs House steps
Sunday noon: Back at the Customs House for our Patriotic Concert
Location of event is at a private residence on Hobcaw Creek not at the Hobcaw Yacht Club. Free parking is available at Mt. Pleasant Memorial Park and free shuttles, running every 15 min., will take you to the event site.
The closing reception for Juxtaposition is happening this Saturday from 2 - 5 pm at Midtown. 6, 8, and 12 Brewster Court. This is a free event and open to the public. There will be spoken word, cobbler, and great art!
Antioch will be releasing a CD recorded during the past two Festivals at this performance. "The Passing of the Year" contains works by Dove, Whitacre, Lauridsen and Ford. You can preorder your copy today and be sure to get a copy! www.AntiochChamberEnsemble.org/future.html
Truly, the BEST live performance I've seen in charleston! Crystal clear on each note, they rocked! So many fans came out from hours away just for the show. Really cool crowd and amazing performance!
So much talent coming out of Minneapolis - St. Paul. Atmosphere, Brother Ali, P.O.S., Eyedea & Abilities, etc... Amazing!!!
Simply Awesome! They rocked it. And the NY fellows looked absolutely impressed!
Information specific to the Run in Remembrance race on April 16th, 2010:
Please join some Hokies this Friday in a 3.2 mile Run in Remembrance to honor the 32 students and teachers that we lost at Virginia Tech 3 years ago on April 16th.
We will start at Marion Square in Downtown (near the corner of King and Calhoun) Look for a VT flag.
Meeting at 5:30pm (Run will start promptly at 6:00pm, rain or shine)
There is no registration and unfortunately no free T-shirt (this year...)
Please wear orange and maroon shirts!
Why we are doing this and Important information:
Since we can't make it to the official 3.2 Run in Remembrance in Blacksburg, we decided to do our own smaller version here in Charleston.
As for the actual "race" itself - it will really be very similar to you running/walking this course on any Friday afternoon (no blocked off roads, no race bibs, etc.). So everyone will be running/walking at their own risk.
Anyone can join us, you don't have to be a VT alum.
If you have any questions, please send me an email: email@example.com
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