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Happy Birthday, Bobby!

Submitted by gratefulweb on Fri, 10/16/2009 - 4:32 pm

Happy 62nd Birthday, Bobby Weir.   I saw Bobby 20 years ago tonight at the Brendan Byrne arena in East Rutherford, NJ, which ended up being an epic show.  -- Bobby is the ultimate road warrior and really cannot thank you enough... My fav Ratdog show was in July 2007 at Red Rocks.  Favorite Bobby screws up... too many to count. 

 

 

Singer-songwriter Bobby Long

Submitted by W3 Public Relations on Thu, 10/15/2009 - 10:32 pm

Singer-songwriter Bobby Long still doesn’t quite know what hit him.  One minute he’s making the rounds of open mic nights in London testing out his original material in front of generally ambivalent audiences, and the next he’s selling out club dates in far-off America.  Pretty heady stuff for a 24-year-old who only began writing and performing six years ago and whose most recent goal was to graduate from college.

From the Producers of Xingolati...the Zombie Ball

Submitted by Tsunami Publicity on Thu, 10/15/2009 - 10:12 pm

This Halloween you will approach destiny from another dimension…from ten feet under. We bend and twist around reality to continue toward the life we are meant to lead. Peeling back the layers of age and experience...we rise. Friday and Saturday night the clouds part under the light of the moon and we shall emerge from the weight of the earth to let our souls shine in the light of immortality. We have become something else, something less beautiful, passionate to create. We are still Alive…We are still Sexy…We are ZOMBIES!

Pete Yorn | Back and Forth | Review

Submitted by stieber on Thu, 10/15/2009 - 2:25 am

Pete Yorn is back...well almost. The title back and forth is very appropriate for his latest offering. It feels as though Yorn has spent a good part of his music career trying to figure out his sound. His first two albums MusicfortheMorningAfter and Day I Forgot were very similar. Both played to Yorn's strong songwriting abilities. Yorn went a bit off course with his third album Night Crawler. Do not get me wrong, Night Crawler has its moments but it is incredibly overproduced to the point that it drowns out Yorn's vocals.

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