Michael Boyd, Josh Pearson, A Live One, Kelsy Ragsdale, Larry Powers liked this postAnother great show write-up, this time from the Sundown, next door to the Granada Theater in Dallas, TX. Thanks to Ben Horton for taking the time to document the show!
“After they started, I could tell that the individuals in attendance were there for the music. Hardly anyone was on their cell phones or...
At our first Houston show Feb 2 at Last Concert Cafe, Houston Phish fan Shannon Sellers not only videotaped several clips of the show and wrote down the set list, but took the time later to write up his impressions on the entire show from start to finish, and send it our way. Thanks, Shannon! From the view of the crowd:
2/2/13 Last Concert Cafe, Houston, TX
Set 1: Funky Bitch, Moma Dance >...
“Meet A Live One, the only alternative option for Texas music fans that want to experience the magic of Phish without leaving the Lone Star State. A Live One is comprised of four Phish-heads. Their goal is simple: celebrate the music Phish has created over the past three decades by recreating it. Their show is the closest you’re going to get to the real thing unless you’re willing to...
We’ve been active on Facebook since right after the band formed, so this morning was a big milestone as we finally made the jump to four digits. Thanks to Brian Martin for being our 1000th fan!
Mike the bass player here again!
First, the setlist…
7/28/2012 – Blackheart in Austin TX
Set 1: Punch You In The Eye, Ya Mar, Ghost-> Maze, Sneakin’ Sally-> AC/DC Bag-> Llama, Suzy Greenberg*, Julius*
Set 2: Down with Disease, Moma Dance, Crosseyed and Painless-> Bathtub Gin, Darling Nikki, While my Guitar Gently Weeps, Slave to the Traffic Light**
* With Amy Boyd
Mike the bass player here! The band has been playing for just over a year and a half, and it’s been amazing watching things grow significantly faster than any of our original bands ever did.
The formula seems to have been: 2 parts practice + 2 parts promo + 10 parts Phish + 20 parts getting off to only one band most of your life.
I was personally driven to play music by daydreaming of how...