This was no poker face either.. Showtime hit and they didn't stop jumping, and jammin and grooving and moving around the stage the entire show, but not in an boring or distracting way, in a transferring of energy way. They feed off each others energy, which keeps the bar constantly rising, like a high jump at the Olympics, higher and higher with each song. Their onstage chemistry was tremendous; a very quick and ever so smooth mid-verse-mic-exchange between HD and R.S., due to a sound tech problem, proved this.
Their child prodigy of a guitarist, ripped a nice un-rehearsed solo after their 1st song, to much applause from the crowd.
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They bring you up to their level for most of the show.. Very few times did they slow down tempo or let you relax a bit. Which, as a listener I have mixed feeling about. Sometimes its good to toy with your audience and take them on a trip, like my TiVo stock over the last few weeks…
I always enjoy meeting bands filled with good, genuine, music loving people.. They are all young though, some are very young. Once they get a few more shows under their belt, ( like 50-100 more this year with my help) then they will truly be a force to reckon with.
dance pop, gooey confection
75K EAUs is abysmal
“I still hit the ball, I just can’t run the bases!!!”
contenders for the best punk rock around
A three hours of hard rock, metal not metal, swift, loud, egoless pure metal
worse than I remembered it being
a contender for the next Michael Jackson
the indie gorgeousness of mood and quiet desperation
smooth jazz and horns
Taylor was no longer my secret