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Posted: Thu Feb 22, 2007 8:13 pm
by jewlee138
Fran_K._Stein wrote:OK, So I'm a heavily tattooed rockabilly, old school punk sorta girl. The last time I listened to the radio was in a rental car, so it wasn't by choice. Before then I can't remember when I listened to a radio in my home or car. Anyway, I think Venyx really rocks.

I really dig The Ton Up Boys too, and most of their stuff is covers too


Now that's a good endorsement that would make me check 'em out

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 12:36 am
by zenmandan
jewlee138 wrote:
Fran_K._Stein wrote:OK, So I'm a heavily tattooed rockabilly, old school punk sorta girl. The last time I listened to the radio was in a rental car, so it wasn't by choice. Before then I can't remember when I listened to a radio in my home or car. Anyway, I think Venyx really rocks.

I really dig The Ton Up Boys too, and most of their stuff is covers too


Now that's a good endorsement that would make me check 'em out


Cool. So we'll see you there then, right? It'd be nice to put a face with a lot of these names on here that I still don't know!!

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 1:48 pm
by bassjones
I would, but I coach my daughter's 2nd grade basketball team and we're having an end-of-season pizza party.

I was going to be playing with Cynthia a couple of years ago when David Hilts (Recordstar) was putting a band together for her. I never met her but played on a couple of demos and heard her vocals - put on afterwards, and she's got a set of pipes.

You don't do any Sade stuff do you? Because she kills on that sort of stuff.

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 2:12 pm
by zenmandan
Nope. No Sade. Not now anyway. Who knows for the future. We're planning on staying as current as possible with our set list with a few fun older tunes thrown in (Come On Eileen and My Sharona for example), so I don't know if we'd do any Sade or not. I'll have to ask Cyn about it though. Thanks!

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 2:18 pm
by HillgrassBluebillyFTW
were any of you guys in Drysdale?

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 2:27 pm
by zenmandan
I'm not sure. Luke played in Rushville Whig (spelling?) for many years, and Les, our bass player played in a Pink Floyd tribute called One Of These Daze. Leon, the other guitar player hasn't done anything around this area before. As far as the girls go, I don't think they have either. When were they around?

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 2:29 pm
by HillgrassBluebillyFTW
just last year.... nevermind...

Posted: Sat Feb 24, 2007 1:05 am
by jewlee138
Ando, I love you.

Posted: Sat Feb 24, 2007 4:24 am
by Leon
zenmandan wrote:I'm not sure. Luke played in Rushville Whig (spelling?) for many years, and Les, our bass player played in a Pink Floyd tribute called One Of These Daze. Leon, the other guitar player hasn't done anything around this area before. As far as the girls go, I don't think they have either. When were they around?


does pissing off my neighbors count?

Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 7:44 pm
by Fran_K._Stein
zenmandan wrote:
jewlee138 wrote:
Fran_K._Stein wrote:OK, So I'm a heavily tattooed rockabilly, old school punk sorta girl. The last time I listened to the radio was in a rental car, so it wasn't by choice. Before then I can't remember when I listened to a radio in my home or car. Anyway, I think Venyx really rocks.

I really dig The Ton Up Boys too, and most of their stuff is covers too


Now that's a good endorsement that would make me check 'em out


Cool. So we'll see you there then, right? It'd be nice to put a face with a lot of these names on here that I still don't know!!


Yep, I'll be there, me and some of the FORT WAYNE DERBY GIRLS!!!

Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 10:11 pm
by simpletim
Face the facts, there are all sorts of ways that musicians can apply their talents to an enormous amount of different pursuits. Covers, originals, orchestral, drum corps, street corner doo-wop, whatever, etc., etc. What is important is that a musician discovers the best way to apply their talent and then perform its for the people who will enjoy and appreciate it.

Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 11:32 pm
by Jessica
simpletim wrote:Face the facts, there are all sorts of ways that musicians can apply their talents to an enormous amount of different pursuits. Covers, originals, orchestral, drum corps, street corner doo-wop, whatever, etc., etc. What is important is that a musician discovers the best way to apply their talent and then perform its for the people who will enjoy and appreciate it.


word up. can't wait to rock c-street friday.

looking forward to meeting Fran K Stein and her crew

Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:58 am
by zenmandan
I made this up for our guests for this Friday. This is going to be a killer show.




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Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:04 pm
by Dagwood Lee
The chicks look great but that poster is a mess man. For real.

You need to hit up Ollie.

Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:13 pm
by zenmandan
Well EXCUUUUSE MEEEEE!

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