“Start a cover band” is on my “30 Before 30″ list (full list forthcoming). The reasonable question becomes: What kind of covers will it play. After much (actually, very little) consideration, I decided that the band would play hits from movie soundtracks of the ’80s and ’90s. Fun, right? Right?
With the format of the band in . . . → Read More: Help me name my cover band
No trivia next Monday night, because you should all be coming down to the historic Lincoln Theatre for Numero’s Eccentric Soul Revue. You will literally NEVER get the opportunity to see some of these Columbus legends perform on stage again. Shout out to Numero Group for having the good sense to bring this all together.
If my . . . → Read More: No trivia this week; Numero’s Soul Revue instead
Highlights for Saturday; the crescendo of Comfest. Click on the image for full size. Details and links to the bands after the jump.
Continue reading Saturday at Comfest, 2009
These are my highlights for Friday. Click on the image for full size (uh, “that’s what she said”). Details and links to the bands after the jump.
Continue reading Friday at Comfest, 2009
Originally published: June 25, 2008.
Here it be:
Off of one of my favorite local labels All Hail Records, Paper Airplane is a nice ease-in to your hungover Comfest Sunday.
Los Caminos brings you more folk and fun.
The Lindsay: starring my favorite girl that can’t get text messages
I can’t pass up a guy that I spent so many college . . . → Read More: Sunday at Comfest, 2008
Originally published: June 24, 2008
You should be going to see Whoa Nellie simply because Bob Starker volunteers his time to put together the Comfest program every year. Props to him.
The Kyle Sowashes are storytellers with quite a pop sensibility. Listen for: “It’s in the mail.”
I had thought that Big Back 40 played their last . . . → Read More: Saturday at Comfest, 2008
Originally published: June 23, 2008.
Just click on the image to bring it up full size. I’ll be putting up the rest of the weekend soon.
Woosley Band have been around for ages at this point.
While I do really enjoy Slide Machine’s music, partying with these guys is a lot of fun too.
How can you not like a . . . → Read More: Friday at Comfest, 2008