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A Crash Course For The Ravers! featuring Three Toed Sloth! 0

Posted: March 27th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Blog


Three Toed Sloth

Three Toed Sloth was founded in the early 90’s by musicians from The Upstarts and Lamas, all influenced by bands like Boston and the Rolling Stones.  The band, known for their great songwriting and their twist on cover songs, will be this week’s guest on A Crash Course for the Ravers.  They packed Northshore clubs for many years, gaining cult status in the area.  These days the band has Country rock in their blood. Don’t miss Three Toed Sloth on WMFO this Saturday at 1:00 pm.

Concert Review | Roger Waters The Wall 2010 0

Posted: October 4th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Reviews | Tags: , , , , , ,

Roger Waters By Christian Leonard Quale from Wikimedia Commons

The story of Pink Floyd’s The Wall is well documented. For that reason, I won’t go into much detail about it. This has been my third time seeing Roger Waters in concert. I’ve also seen “Gilmour’s” Pink Floyd the same amount of times, but in comparison to Thursday’s show at the Garden, the latter shows were nearly forgettable. Then again, it could have been the shrooms, or whatever substance of the week I may have altered my mind with in the late 80’s and early 90’s. We sat in our loge seats with the stage not far left of us and a partially-built immense white wall. I noticed a near actual size World War II fighter plane hanging high up in the rafters in the back. The excitement was building. We introduced ourselves to our neighboring concert goers who were equally enthusiastic about the show. We then decided to load up on refreshments that would last until intermission, since no one wanted to get out of their seats during the show. We didn’t want to miss a thing.


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