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lovers in a dangerous town.: Ghost of Science, smallhorse, Maurice, black tie social, Pushing Up Daisies
Sat. June 5th 2004 @ Burnside-Gorge Community Hall (All Ages)
6:00 - 10:00
Presented by: a k e | productions
Event CategoriesMusic: Country / Bluegrass / Rockabilly, Folk / Celtic / Latin / World, Funk / R&B, Pop/Rock/Indie, Punk/Metal/Hardcore/Noise
on park benches. in their homes.
they don't want want to share, and you don't want to know.
take ghost of science for example; this is their first all ages show and everyone, everywhere is getting ready for their fresh new rock and roll lovin'.
smallhorse' Colin Sic is alllllll over the hugs and kisses. he won't admit it though.
I saw JP Maurice (of Maurice) playing a guitar today. his is broken. is that keeping him down? NO.
see? it's all about the love.
update:this show is provisionally on either june05 or july03
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Ghost of Science (Rock)
every so often, you will hear about an indie band that isn�t crap. don�t read. it�s of no consequence which sprawling suburbs coughed up its members, or which instruments each of them endeavored to master, or which self-selected euphemisms can be used to tout their musicianship and songwriting prowess. listen. this music embodies a ... more info
Sometimes from bad luck or circumstance amazing opportunities and transformations can arrise. This is much the case for Maurice. From major label signings and lofty expectations to tamult and shattered dreams out of mishandled potential and naivety, Jean-Paul Maurice was able to pick up the pieces of a misdirected career path and a dysfunctional re... more info
black tie social (pop!)
black tie is a cougar dance party or a john wayne revolving desktop ornament. not even metaphorically. black tie is also dead. 2003 - 2006 >>>> >the blog | blacktiesocial >>>myspace | black tie! >>new music | canada! > official site | blacktiesocial > questions? | email... more info
Pushing Up Daisies (Post-man-Volvo-agogo-core)
Pushing Up Daisies play music similar to the sound of a rose growing out of a potato; that is, the kind that makes you smile, dance, and think. Indie with a bit of an edge. We've got a bit of old stuff in our sound, a bit of new stuff in our sound, and the rest is just us. Attorneys at law, Champagne Investigators, and Conquistadors of the moder... more info