One small correction: Mark Doubleday is the band's "personal manager" (his words).--Ben Schultz
According to Western Idaho Fair schedule, Doobie Bros. concert is Aug. 21, not 24th as posted here.
Bless Those Darlins and may they continue to grow and increase their audience...Rock Steady...
Eilen and Beek have taken on a fabulous band, Zoe Muth and the High Rollers for their first show! I wish I could be there in the physical, but know that I'm there with you all anyway. You have EXCELLENT taste in music! Best wishes!
Thanks for the note, Kimberly. I misconstrued the info from her publicist, and you are correct: It's not her first Boise show, it's her first Boise show in support of her new album, "Burn Your Fire for No Witness." Thanks again! ~Amy Atkins
Actually, Angel Olsen played the Neurolux just this last year. Photos on my Instagram. :)
Great Show - HORRIBLE VENUE!! Starting with the VERY thorough body search of the men while a "cursory" peak in women's purses was the first Red Flag. For a show geared more towards Baby Boomers of the 60's what happened to tables and chairs for the older crowd ? A few tables scattered along the railings of the Bar and floor were quickly nabbed up by the "runners" at the head of the line. As for spending nearly $100 per person to sit in the narrow "Catwalk like" VIP section is Ridiculous ! After 4 hrs of standing in line plus the show my wife gave in to her numb feet and said it was time to go. I won't even go into the "Mosh Pit" Bar Area were everyone was pushing and shoving to get a drink except to say - How do you run out of beer during a show !?!?! There was a good selection of beer on tap and before the intermission almost half of the tap handles had been pulled ? If you are a Coors light or Miller Lite drinker you were in Luck ! I just want to close by saying it was my 1st time at the "Revolution Center" and between the "Puff Chested" Security guards milling around looking for Pot smokers ignoring crowd control and the limited seating to try and squeeze more people on the floor I will stick to the Knitting Factory , Morrison Center or any Downtown Bar rather than the Hyped up hot , sweaty Sardine Can called the Revolution Center with $6 12 oz. beers !
Pengilly's is a fabulous bar with good music most nights. The band pictured above is one of those. a.k.a. Belle is a unique group, full of raw energy, talent and enormous charisma. There's no one like them.
Way to mention the local bands that played. Thanks BW!
Awesome article Ben, thank you a ton for the mention!
PS Anyone who'd like to reach Travis Powell can contact him at email@example.com--Ben Schultz
Here is an RSVP for the show
and a link to their facebook
Photograph above taken by MaryAnne Porter.
Great article about a great local band.
A small correction: Luna Michelle was actually with the band from 2010-2013.--Ben Schultz
Awesome story, and you can listen to some of the stations mentioned here:
Knitting Factory Boise Radio:
Revolution Concert House Radio:
The Crux Radio:
Go see Th Howlin' Bros. when they come to Boise this month. You will be thoroughly entertained.
Fantastic album. It's been in heavy rotation this week in my house. Might be my favorite since the debut.
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