FWIW, tickets are also buy-one-get-one-free with a KFMA Day ticket stub.
Thanks, David! It's a bit odd that it say $6 advance on Rialto's event info page for the show, although it could just be me thinking it odd.
Hey Ldonyo -- I just called over to the Rialto Box Office, and apparently tickets are only being sold at the door tomorrow night, nothing in advance.
I just stopped by the Rialto to get tickets for this and they don't have them. No one seems to have them. Any reference to tickets points to the Rialto. More than a little frustrating to say the least.
Thats the wrong album cover
New favorite album for my drive time!
Here's a link to the album online: http://ex-cowboy.bandcamp.com/
Or to the label's website for purchase: http://www.dietpoprecords.com/
If your ears are open, you will hear honesty from me
My interpretation of "Here We Go": https://sites.google.com/site/videohereweg…
i have heard the album and i am very surprised how well balanced it is. very solid for a freshman effort! should be a great show as well. keep up on all tucson hip hop at www.wearebugginout.com
What's a "spare beat"?
Heard these guys in LA and also Santa Barbara, and fell in love.
Pristine harmonies, truly inspired playing across the board, and songs that break the mold creatively.
And well, lets call it, all those handsome Ronstadts.
Come back to So Cal, RG!!!
This is absolutely my favorite band in the world. Truly. They are Tucson; they feel like home.
I totally agree. Namoli's live offerings often (In my opinion.) exceed the same track as laid down in the studio. I've only seen a few performers who can do a song live without losing the "feel" of the tune. Namoli reloads the emotion on each live performance making her unique and giving the audience a true, "Live" experience.
Does anyone know that there is another Cadillac Steakhouse? You can actually get steaks at this one, at milepost 104, on route 79 (Pinal Pioneer Parkway), between Oracle Junction and Florence. I've only eaten there once, and it was a pretty good meal.
His album "Dead" from 2008 is arguably as good and even less produced. I really love this ST album and hope Tucsonan's get a hold of a copy and give it a listen. The man's a helluva rocker.
so dope! i have had the pleasure of listening to this album for the past month. it does and will not disappoint. looking forward to the release show on sat. check out www.wearebugginout.com to stay up on all local hip hop.
I've never thought of this band in retirement. Bob's been cranking out the tunes on such a prolific level, that it hurts, every time I hear there's something new out, since I usually end up buying it.
I listened to a recent show in Central Park.. I stayed outside in the trees, since it was like a 100 degrees out... it usually gets too hot and muggy inside, especially with all the hipster kids..
I was amazed how dead on the band was.. and most of the set was new music.. It just popped.. Even in the 100 degree heat, there wasn't a sluggish slip... Some really great tunes. It amazes me how they're able to rock the way they do.
Jason and The Brawlers need to play Phoenix again. Last show here was equal parts WWE, porn shoot and mugging. Do not get in the van.
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