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New Music.

If you have not heard of this band, Tribe of Gypsies, you should really check them out.

I am so going to find a way to go see them live on a trip to southern California.

Sort of a Santana with a little heavy metal thrown in on the side. Roy Z is just great on the ax. This is the first new band, not really that new as unsigned, that has me really excited about music again.

So, what was the last band that really made a difference to you? What band really made you want to go right out and buy their CD? What band are you planning to fly or drive 1200 miles each way to see live?

Comments

Kelsgarden said…
hmm, I have been "checking them out" didn't even have to click the link - poof* there they were playing in the background! LOL!
WickedHamster said…
"What band really made you want to go right out and buy their CD?" The Killers' first album. So call me trendy, but I think "Somebody Told Me' is really brilliant.

(BTW, what does TMI mean???)
Bert said…
I’ve finished! I’m back in the Blog world (at least until September and my first job….)
Bert said…
25 seconds in and that electric guitar - and the music was switched off.

Now, Suzanne Vega's brilliant new album....
Me said…
Driving to see someone? No one.

I won't even go to a concert here in my city if I like them. I can like them in my home, listening to them on my computer. ;)

I hate crowds.
I hate people.
Travel said…
"I hate crowds.
I hate people."

Penguins are much more fun!

TR

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