Sorry then I misconstrued. Prince does what Prince wants. :-)
$250 plus fees is gonna be a pricey show
I don't think I'm dragging his name down, that's certainly not my intention. Especially if he's an actual doctor.
I just want to be able to buy some tickets without going on an online scavenger hunt. That's all.
Dr Funkenberry is a known insider to the Prince and NPG camp. He does not post or leak rumors; only solid confirmed information. Your snarky frustrations with the purple one shouldn't drag Dr Funkenberry's name down.
Laid back? I've seen Rebirth a bunch of times, and "laid back" is very low on my list of descriptive terms....
It's Keith Streng, not Peter
That's my nephew!
Bummed I missed that Death show, but it sounds like I would have gotten in trouble anyway.
Pissed Jeans AND Death!? Awesome.
regarding Death...there's a Plush in ATX, now? and they actually splurged for bouncers?
Sounds like a lot of fun, Stephen. Is there a place we can see which musicians are playing at the SXSW Tucson showcase?
Quincy Jones. Ace producer.
not their first all ages show in Tucson. Their first show, on the tour when they were 18 and just out of High School, was an all ages show. At the glorious Grumpus Room that none of you ever went to
yay Andy knows how to share his opinion to the world! You go Andy!
I hope one day music historians will write and focus more on this man's musical genius, songs and records, and of course guitar playing and make only a mere mention of his mental illness and troubles. Most "sane" musicians never have the career or fan base this man has and will continue to foster-which garners admirers from around the globe, and have included members of The Beatles among other well known and talented peers. His prolific and creative output has been incredible when considering his toils. Long before I was in the band or even thought more than a few moments about that town called Tucson, I heard "Lambent Flame" being cranked in a a record store in NYC. I too was stopped in my tracks, and became an instant fan. Then, twelve years later, I was in the band, and it was one of the best times in my life, performing at SXSW with the Black Sun and Jesus. He had a huge and good heart, and I can honestly say that I had a shamanic experience playing next to Jesus at the now just a memory 7 Black Cats. I had one beer in gut, not enough to rip the cosmos, no it was Prince Master Blaster's playing that caused that rip in space and time for me. He was a fucking incredible musician, more honest and true musically then anyone I've ever known. Thank you Prince, you are now an Angel of Light. JPM
No more folk - smart move IMHO. Winston is a genius too. Good luck!
And the So What award of the year (so far) goes to...
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/
Jesus called my old man on Saturday, saying he was suffering from a "panic attack". Hearing that he passed the day after is heartbreaking. Condolences to all who loved Jesus. Tucson has lost more than its share of local music legends.
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