Does every band on 1332 Records have a song called "Twice the Evil"?
It's a great record...all the best to these guys!
Way to take it with poise, Mitch! Treefort, you're my hero!
Marshall Poole, not "the Marshall Poole Band," is very legit! Three amazing young musicians who sound great together! Great song writing as well! One on the best local bands in some time.
Any way you say it, Golively is right. These kids are going places fast!
It's Marshall Poole not "the Marshall Poole Band"
They are officially called Marshall Poole not the Marshall Poole Band
They are known as Marshall Poole. Talented trio!
Marshall Poole is a talented rock trio. Surprised they are not in the Tree fort line-up? Either way this young group is one to be watching.
This is pretty rad. When SXSW first started(before the corporate chomp) this is exactly what other venues around Austin did. It essentially makes the whole festival just a touch larger and more diverse.
Your Treefort insert in this week's BW is awesome. The Statesman has no clue!
and Arthur Maddox!
Don't forget about Possum Livin on Sunday, the 24th at Tom Grainey's, 9 p.m. They are a local Boise Bluegrass string band and I can't wait to hear their set of all original music this Sunday. Show them some love and check them out for yourselves! http://www.possumlivin.com/
Hi -looks like it's been a few years since this article was written, but I stumbled across it recently and wanted to point you in the direction of a site that is dedicated to loopers (and was started from Boise): http://loopermusic.com/
Josh, the photo posted of Piranhas BC thats on this page and in the Boise Weekly on page 21 was taken by me. There was no photo credit given! To see more of my photos please visit my photo facebook page: www.facebook.com/houseofcarney
This event was loud with talkers, as usual in Boise!
Josh Gross's review of Malachi gives one the impression that his attention to this musical group's work is somehow incisive and important. The artists in question are reasonably talented and musically competent, but this reviewer is not content to break it down on this level. In fact, he seems to pan the band on the basis of personal taste!
Reviews of local art should not rub out the curiosity of the public audience. Local proto-critics working for little local weeklies and the editorial boards that inhabit them do little to serve The Cause of local art if they dissuade readers by critical overreach. Encouagement of public curiosity should be the watch words of these publications so that the people can go see and hear it for themselves.
Kim Ray, Boise
2/24/2013 -- Believe me, folks, Steve is much too modest. I've found him to be one of the most talented and versatile performers anywhere in the Country -- and I've been a musician for a long, long time. If you ever have a chance to hear Steve play and sing, by all means, do it! He and his long-time sax player buddy, Phil Garonzik, are really hard to beat! -- Johnny Downing, Boise, Idaho
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