Hey there, Ben! The correct link for Cassiopeia from SF that played Treefort at the Shredder the other day is https://cassiopeiamusic.bandcamp.com
They are incredible SF artists and I just wanted to point it out so that people can check them out if they didn't get a chance to see their shows in amazing Boise.
You can also find them at: https://www.facebook.com/cassiopeia.bandd/
Thanks so much!
You Boiseans are so nice and polite.
Darling Rollercoaster was the most most unexpectedly jaw-dropping act I saw at Treefort 5. So glad they're continuing their trajectory as The Sun and The Mirror.
the opening band is Together Pangea, not Pangea
Interesting connection. We have a short-term stay apartment in the North End of Boise that we refer to as "Ville des Arbres" -- so this story about a Paris-born chanteur performing in "La Ville des Arbres" popped up in a "Google Alert" we have set for online references to our apartment. Small world!
This evokes memories of The Underground nightclub in Seattle on University Way (aka "the Ave") in the late eighties and early nineties. Descending to the underground to dance all night was an experience I'll never forget. Crowbar could be really cool for Boise.
for all your custom metal fabrication needs contact BadBilly's Metal Werx.. whom did the custom metal work at the Crow Bar
Years ago I frequented this place to see/hear THE UNINVITED play. I took many photos of the band, and was often asked if I was someone's mom. Nope, but I got some good pictures and made some friends too.
What time is it
These guys rock!
John Nèmeth, Memphis Grease.
Umm. Brings to mind the nanotechnological experiments shown the "The Manchurian Candidate".
That was one of the most excruciating performances I've ever seen. I do think he's lost his mind. I wonder what possessed him to think it was a good idea.
I think it's awesome. No longer a employee of the Statesman and having some fun.
Is he on drugs in this?
Dan the man!
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