There are songwriters in Nashville making big coin on these disposable "country" tunes. Funny how it often takes two or three of them to write another song about drinking beer, pickups or cheatin' girlfriends/boyfriends. And no, I don't listen to any of it. I come to town for the rock shows.
Wow. My son and I really wanted to see this show, but the ticket prices turned us off, not to mention the cost of driving to Nashville and the fact we were still winding down from Bonnaroo. I love seeing shows in Nashville, but from what I've read, I would have hated this one (except the music). I really dislike poorly run events, considering how much everything from parking to concessions cost. I'd think twice about attending an event at the park based on what I've read.
Sounds like the Scene described this event to a T. Phony, overproduced garbage. Real music will be come in about a week in Manchester.
St Paul and the Broken Bones at Pegasus Records in Florence, Ala. on March 8, 2013.
A large crowd turned out for this show in guitarist Browan Lollar's hometown.
This show was recorded with the band's permission.
You'll need some experience with bittorrent's to download and listen to the show.
I don't know if it was shorter than "The Gambler," but Phish also played "Rocky Top." It was fun, even though I'm not a UT fan.
I saw the Drive-By Truckers in 2010 and myself and several other tapers used those poles to gather around and guard the mics. Never thought I'd be sad that a room was removing poles! ;-)
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