Great article...went and checked out the video. Fantastic!
Spot on, Josh!
Amazing character with an amazing voice....Lucy Anna Johnson
Here they are folks, this weeks Weekly favorite. Tune in next week for yet another
next big thing.
Rqt...Tiny Tim was a solo act. Bet you have all his records and that you cried the day he got married.
Actually, "my band" existed in THE SIXTIES AND 70's (!!!!) and was in Spin , Rolling Stone (never made the cover) and about a dozen other music magazines. You don't need to know the name, hell because you're so smug I'd never tell ya.
We all got rich and did just fine.
The weekly goes thru talentless bands like tissue paper. This is just the most recent that will go nowhere.
Timmothy: Feel free to send us some info about your band. Did you guys get profiled in Spin?
Yet another Tucson band for the Weekly to get all wet about. They play nowhere in front of nobody, very few people in Tucson have ever heard of them or heard them play.
But the weekly says they are the next big thing. Sure.
Just wait a few months and the weekly will anoint yet another gonowhere local band.
Great article, mediocre band.
The District show is actually FRIDAY JULY 4TH.
Clay Dudash! theme songs for people- brilliant! that's totally how I feel when i hear your music. I bop around and I'm uplifted. And I'm pretty much smiling all the way...thanks for all you do to keep putting the sounds out! laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaater, Sara P. Smith
Just purchased Cowlifornia Swing on CD Baby and listening to it now. Great fun.
There's so much missing from this. cheating, stealing, improper use of band monies, divorce, DUI's, member fallouts, the fact that after the main band members left, there was no more songwriters...... Maybe Villa and Peters can stop pretending someday.
If this inquiry is out of line, I apologize ahead of time. I knew a Steve Garb in Syracuse
in the late 60's-early 70's. I am 72 and I had always thought of Steve as being a bit younger than I, but not 14 years. He would have been about 20 when I knew him in Syracuse. It is very strange, but for some reason his name went through my mind this evening and I just decided to Google him. Did the Steve Garb that has passed live in Syracuse at the time that I remember him? I think that at that time he was with a lady named Joanie.
He lived for a while in a house on Euclid Ave. in Syracuse, then moved out to the country south of Syracuse in the early 70's. I left Syracuse in 1975 and never had any contact with him after that.
If I am correct, I pass my condolences on to his family and friends. He was a very good
drummer, and a good man, too. Having found this thread, I am suddenly very sad that I
didn't maintain contact with him and that he left so early.
If anyone wants to reply to this post, please send it to me at email@example.com.
Ah... let the seasons of cold beer, warm breezes, & good music begin!
Lead Me On was great. I agree if I never hear "Baby Baby" again it will be too soon.
"Broken bells" 13th @ rialto
Anon: Check in next week for a full Neko Case story. This week, we're just celebrating that she's part of the month of shows.
There's Neko Case on the cover.
There's Neko Case in a two page photo spread inside the paper version.
Where's the write-up about Neko Case?
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