Great show, had a really nice time. Having never heard them before, Bella Ruse was a neat surprise.
I took my girlfriend up to Glendale to see these guys last year...ABSOLUTELY the BEST concert we have been to in the past ten years...! ROCK ON, MICK AND CREW...!
I was crushed to be out of town; I would have loved to have seen this show.
Last time I saw him live was in Phoenix 13 years ago, and despite how much I love him, his old-man butt in velvet pants made me sad.
It was an excellent show.
They are my absolute favorite!! So feisty with lovely heartbreaking angst that I thrive on! I can't wait to hear them again!!!
I was at the show last November and the amount of energy shared between the bands and audience was unbelievable. I think anyone that enjoys live music should try going to a Logan Greene and the Bricks show, you'll have a blast no matter what.
This concert was incredible! Tucson missed out on a great opportunity for an amazingly good time. It's unfortunate that such a talented band falls right into a huge gap in the middle of the music scene right between literally white and black music. And all the while idiots continue to clutter our airwaves with uninspired and unoriginal crappy music.
Long live Fishbone! EVERDAY SUNSHINE!!!
who in the blue blazes is hickory schmidt?
Thank you very much Mr. Boegle, Mr Jenkins and I are quite pleased with this.
This Peaches show was totally my favorite concert, ever.
...was there...had a great time and loved the music....no...more than loved the music..I'm from NC...moved here 3 years ago and I'm a longtime fan of the Avetts. Truth & Salvage put on a great show.
Sorry about that, Tony. We've fixed the caption here and will run a correction.
Very happy that you used a picture of Mr. Jenkins and myself but I must inform you that I, Mr. McMillen, was the one dressed like a young Col. Sanders; and my good friend Paul was the gentleman with the brownish shirt. Thanks a million though.
Got to catch 1 & 1/2 sets that day. They were most enjoyable and I'd see them again. The setting was really nice but yes, the sun & heat made it a bit difficult. That would be a good sunset venue.
AODHAN,WHAT YOU DID WAS A BEAUTIFUL THING.NEVER EVER LOSE THAT COMPASSION FOR THOSE IN NEED.ALTHOUGH OUR TURN OUT WAS'NT WHAT WE EXPECTED,EVERYONE INVOLVED WAS TOUCHED AND INSPIRED BY YOUR ACTIONS.LET'S DO THIS AGAIN SOON. RAY CINTRON (KEY INGREDIENTS OF AFRICAN SOUL)
Cultural Crossroads music. As one of the longest-settled areas in North America, immigrants from all over, and history as parts of two different countries, Tucson has legitimate roots from everywhere, and it's grounded by the harsh realities of the land in which we live.
Young Mothers are going to be the first release for Tucson's new Record Label, Fort Lowell Records! Fort Lowell Records is going to be a 7inch Vinyl Only Record Label, focused primarily on Tucson Bands. We first met Zach Toporek & Co. at a show at The Living Room, and fell in love immediately! Young Mothers' record is going to be on Green Vinyl, and will feature two brand new songs; "Come On The Cross" and "Good Swords." The boys are finishing up their records soon, so we expect to have the release out in the coming months! Stay tuned to http://fortlowell.blogspot.com, http://www.facebook.com/fortlowellrecords, and http://www.myspace.com/fortlowellrecords.
- Fort Lowell Records
I love SY but am glad you outed them as a jam band...REAL TALK!
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