Welcome to the North

One of the best power-pop balls-to-the-wall rock bands to come out of England in 10 years is playing the 930 Club tonight and anyone who likes big expansive guitars played by freakishly talented 20 year olds would be very very stupid to miss this show.

They are called The Music and the show at the 930 Club is only $15. A bargain when compared to the $25 I paid to see them open for (and totally steal the show from) the Vines last year.

This is their first headlining gig in DC so I’m expecting it to be a real rafter rattler. Don’t miss it.

2 Comments so far

  1. Nicho (unregistered) on February 20th, 2005 @ 7:02 pm

    Ok, I am a total idiot… I am a huge fan of this band and I missed the show. Do you know if they are going to have another gig in Washington DC ? if they do, do you know when and where ? Thanks.


  2. Nicho (unregistered) on February 20th, 2005 @ 7:08 pm

    Never mind… I just found the dates of the tour… If anyone else needs them here they are:

    The Music Winter 2005 North American Tour

    February

    17 New York, New York Irving Plaza

    18 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club

    19 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Theatre of the Living Arts

    22 Providence, Rhode Island The Call

    23 Boston, Massachusetts Paradise Rock Club

    24 Montreal, Quebec The Imperial

    26 London, Ontario Centennial Hall

    27 Detroit, Michigan St. Andrews Hall

    28 Covington, Kentucky Jillians

    March

    2 Chicago, Illinois Metro

    3 St. Louis, Missouri The Pageant

    7 Seattle, Washington Neumos

    8 Vancouver, British Columbia Commodore Ballroom

    9 Portland, Oregon Crystal Ballroom

    11 San Francisco, California Slim’s

    12 Los Angeles, California Henry Fonda Theatre

    13 San Diego, California Canes Bar & Grill

    15 Tempe, Arizona Marquee Theatre

    17 Dallas, Texas Gypsy Tea Room & Ballroom



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