I think the person is right about Alexis Faust. But is Alexis Faust reading this? If not then it's pointless.
Maybe someone should post about links to where we can make a difference?
Btw what would searching personals on CL make any difference to this issue?
I can't wait! This should be fun!
The last Art.if.act show was amazing!
Tickets can be purchased online at www.artifactdanceproject.com
Yeah, This Band sounds Good .I've been thier ,Yeah that guy does sound like a personal vendetta. The singer is amazing and very profesional not to mention Beautiful
David, Chris, Pam, and Deborah are all wonderful readers, and David will perform music with his multimedia reading. Not to be missed! (Of course, I'm Terrain.org's editor, but even so, it will be a fantastic gathering!)
The Rogue does "Animal Farm" in a way that both smart and deeply moving. You grow to love these characters as you see their flawed leaders guide them to disaster. And the lies! How smoothly the lies are made to look palatable, even tasty to the doomed creatures of the revolution. Obvious connections to recent events near at hand.
Congrats to one of the finest little theater companies in the whole US, and that's no lie.
Nimbus rules. Great Beer, good food, and a very frinedly staff. One of the best places to see probably the best Blues Band in Tucson, Crosscut Saw. They are amazing
DON "NOD" NOTTINGHAM IS BY FAR ONE OF THE BEST OVERALL VOCALISTS I HAVE EVER HEARD. THIS GUY HAS A VOCAL RANGE OF AT LEAST 5 OCTAVES. HIS VOICE IS SOOTHING, SENSUAL, SOULFUL & SEXY...YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO EXPERIENCE THE NOD SQUAD @ CHICAGO BAR THIS FRI !!!
Sounds like such a great event! HSSA is so wonderful with everything that they do! Joing forces with Maingate and all these other awesome businesses is such a good idea! Can't wait!!
To make note MainStreet and Event Center was lookin really nice..!
Fascinating story, told honestly with great interviews that are't sound bites. I was entertained and learned about am amazing man with an ability to heal people in a trance induced sleep. Really loved it.
I think this band rocks! They play the best 80s music and it's fun and entertaining...
These guys are great and the singer is really cute too!
As a Second Wave ska survivor now enjoying a halcyon 50s lifestyle, it was encouraging and refreshing to watch Fourth Wave kids skanking to "The English Beat" playing "Rough Rider". Dave Wakeling looked a lot better than at his last Tucson gig where he showed up two hours late sans band and drank about a case of beer while singing karaoke style. Last night Dave was BACK!
Mom and dad were together with the kids just melting to the two tone beat. I reminsisced with a lot of middle ages farts about the Second Wave: "The Specials", "The Selecter" and their compatriots. "The English Beat" may be splintered into Ranking Roger's "Beat" back in Birmingham and Dave's American exploits out of the West Coast here; but thank God Dave is back with a professional lineup! The sheer musicianship of the "New English Beat" have matured into something as good or better than they ever were in the 70's.
"Man Overboard" did a wonderful job of representing The Old Pueblo. These local youngsters showed the old-timers what ENERGY is about. Their stage antics were reminscent of the epitome of British Ska- "Madness".
"The Supervillians" seem a bit preoccupied with being rude. Being a rude boys isn't about saying "fuck" and "dick" and making homphobic jokes- except apparently in Florida. These guys should be under heavy manners. It's too bad that the stage banter overshadowed "The Supervillians" music- because the music was excellent: Bad Brains meet ska on Jagermeister. The band charged back and forth between jungle reggae and head banging punk at the drop of a four letter word!
I was pleasantly surprised at how much "Reel Big Fish" continues to mature musically. My 55-year-old ego screamed, "Who are these punks to headline The English Beat"? "Reel Big Fish" blew the roof off of the Rialto! WOW! Tight! Funny! PERFECT! GLORIOUS! ENTERTAINING! FUN! Check out the Hendrix behind the back guitar showmanship frontman Johnny Cash on ska! These cool cats from Huntington Beach definitely are groovy two toners even if their line up is whiter than Wonder Bread! "Bad Manners" could not have done better and the horn sections eyewear was muy suave too!
My wife and I could have used a bit more space for sambaing but it was good fun watching the youth pogoing sweat to the two tone beat.
We hear the Rialto may be shutting down. It's too bad. Shows like last nights are lifelong memories.
John Everhart AKA "Old Viejo"
FABULOUS,on every level.
It has to be a hell of a class in order to get me off my fat ass.This class offers an absolute novice an opportunity to become decent dancer in just few weeks.I it's a nice place to meet like minded people.I hate to admit it,but to be honest,it is a Leo's dream situation,more women than men.One excellent thing about it is that the instructors don't mind taking you back to square one.See you on the dance floor soon?
Wonderful class. Very easy to get started dancing that night, and free to boot!
I checked out the show at O'Malleys on Sat. 18th. LA Guns, Bang Tango, and a few local bands. To be honest, I wasn't expecting the show to be outstanding because it is just a local show.
I was surprised at how well Bang Tango sounded after being around for 100 years or so and LA Guns wasn't the same without Traci Guns but they were extremely loud though.
The biggest shock of the night was this local band, Beyond The Firewall. In my opinion, (and I've been giving my opinion on music and bands for over 36 years), they are the best original rock band I have seen in years. Their music is a mix of heavy progressive metal with melodic tones and great lyrics. You can tell the influence of the great bands when you hear them like Black Sabbath, Metallica, Rainbow, Thin Lizzy, and the list goes on.
I'm happy I got to see them now because I'm not paying $85 a ticket to see them when they sign with a major label. LOL!! Anyway, I felt I must say something about these guys because Tucson isn't really the mecca of Rock & Roll like we all hope it will be one day and if there is one band you should see before they get too big for Tucson, it's Beyond The Firewall.
I have in no, been payed for my reveiw on, Beyond The Firewall, or The Tucson Weekly.
Chicago Tribune, Music Columnist (retired)
These guys are awesome!!! Go see this show if you want to be entertained and shake your booty!!!
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