I agree---I'm a big DBT fan, and I wasn't a huge 400 Unite fan despite his DBT contributions. He had a great in-store at Vintage Vinyl yesterday. Didn't make it out to Off Broadway but the in-store made me want to. Just seems like a really classy, nice guy. Then Vintage played the whole album while I shopped for the next hour. Great stuff.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who loves that Lydia Loveless album. I was just listening to it again tonight. "Learn to Say No" might be my new favorite song on the album. And I too was disappointed by the new DBTs album. I miss the rock of Southern Rock Opera or Decoration Day. But, I still think there's some good songs on there. "Pulaski" is a favorite.
Hard to argue with any of those picks. I don't think any American rock band of the last ten years has written as many great songs -- as songs -- as the DBTs.
I'd pick "Danko/Manuel" and "Space City," but I'm a sucker for the ballads.
Hispanic Festival, Inc. will be turning up the heat for the Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival at Soulard Park near 7th Street and Lafayette next to the Soulard Market on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday – September 26, 27, 28,...