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/
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
Very well done, Josh! Viva ODW!!
Check out the event on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/#!/events/33371724…) ...tickets available at the Record Exchange or Costume Shop for $12, at the event for $15 ($12 with 2 cans of food donation to the Foodbank).
Few years back I played with three bands but unfortunately an devastating injury happened to my left hand. I had gone through:
which help me alot. After such things I had started to play again and continue in my guitar lessons. I'll keep trying my best to play like before. Any help you can send my way will be much appreciated...Thanks!!
My guitar skills are average and basic at best. Good enough to support my writing interests from guitar lessons, but in no way good enough to provide anything other than basic rhythm.
Last year was not the inaugural year for the Evil Wine Carnival. 2008 was. Maybe you should do a little journalism in your journalism.
Such an amazing show. Moonface, despite technical difficulties, moved the entire room. What an incredible performance!
You know, if the Knitting Factory and the artists are really that upset about the Hill Folk, all they have to do is turn the stage around. Really, what's the big whoop? My friends in the east end off Warm Springs can hear the music in their back yards. Should they go inside and close all their windows so they don't hear the music for free? Are the Hill Folk really cutting into profits? Are there more people on the hill than in the concert arena? I've been told the sound is better on the hill than in the concert arena and I'm not sure I want to pay to see any musician who's more worried about his or her bottom line and how much they're going to make from the show than sharing their music and talent with the world.
A "festival" that wasn't? An "events center" that isn't? Motorcycle friendly? I don't know of many Harley/ motorcycle riders that would drive down the six miles of dirt/rock/and gravel road, only to come to another mile of a freshly plowed powder dirt road and hills to arrive at the "Oasis Events Center." "Festival" implies ongoing music and entertainment. At this point that's not happening. Capt. Lewis has many, many challenges to conquer before his dream becomes a viable concert/art/festival destination. I hope he can pull it off. We'll wait and see.
Robin was in all the pics with Batman but everyone knows who drives the Batmobile.
If Zach didn't have a partner, then who did he perform with and who's face is next to Zach's on all the posters they put out to advertise their shows?
Sorry it took me so long to reply: Between the woman-hating, binge drinking (must admit I love the sauce), all the gay-bondage, being a douche, family, and being a Social Worker, i keep pretty busy.
Thank you once again for the eloquent illustration of the depths to which you'll stoop to.
I knew you wouldn't be able to resist. Thank you, for proving my numerous points throughout this whole fiasco. Really, you did most the hard work for me.
See ya at MASSV2 next year!
Much Love, POLY
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