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....
"Though he's generally dismissed as a novelty act or a one-hit wonder, Afroman's no EMF or Jesus Jones."
These guys are so creative and fun to see.
Love these guys! It's always a fun show. Don't miss the opportunity to check 'em out.
Yikes! Would like to attend but prior commitment. I notice a lot of these events only make the news a day or so in advance. And there are so many. Guess I can give them a listen on Youtube.
Grace Potter is an angel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61o_sDmDG68
Love these guys. Fancy Beer!
Yeah, kids, they rarely appreciate the wise counsel of we parents. Just ask Polonius.
How could I forget that, Chris? I mean, that's something worth talking about on about eight different levels.....
As for reunions, it doesn't matter which ones happen - ain't none of them playing Charleston.
The Breeders? Probably not.
Black Flag? I actually don't even care.
Who else is recently reformed/touring under a band name that involves about half the original band?
Oh, yea. Refused. They didn't come to my town to burn it down.
I'd have preferred a Soul Coughing resurrection, but whatevs.
Don't forget to mention that Bob Mould spent a few years working for WWE as a script writer.
Not like anyone missed them.
Face it, Pirner's contemporary Bob Mould spent the last decade (hell, the last two decades) recording, touring, and evolving as a musician.
And he certainly hasn't been dragging around under the Husker Du name with people who weren't Husker Du.
Yaaay!!! I love these two SO MUCH. I've been listening to the new album non stop and have to say, yes! Totally worth the wait!
@ Holopaw- Good for you guys, very cool!
Is there a Windjammer on St. Pete's Beach?
It's amazing how after all these years this music is live again and people are crying at concerts. It really has something so incomprehensibly emotional in it that you just can't hold it in.
good piece..and of course, robert...as kind and honest as one can expect
dont mention the local talent that makes shows like this possible LOCALLY FUNDED MAGAZINE! The guys of The 33'S and F.M.J.(Full Metal Jacket) have worked hard to bring you this show. Come support local music and most of all the amazing, humble and talented Joe Buck!
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