How can anyone who loved the Outlaws like this? How about asking Willie Nelson to comment on it. I knew Waylon. This is not anything like what he stood for. Grandson..........grow up and KNOW who and what your grandfather was about, PLEASE! Do another that does credit to him. KEITH PAYNE
whoever wrote this bad job.
I met him when he played in a small bar called "Sweet Caroline's" in Winchester Va. back in 2001. We were so young then. He asked me to the movies after his show, so we went the next day and saw "Oh brother art thou" and to the Dairy Queen. It was the sweetest and most old fashioned date ever. A very nice, kind hearted guy he was. I always think of him when I see that movie. His memory I will always keep.
The dude in the picture looks like Donald Glover's lite skinned brother.
dude you are fcuking awesome... This is fcucking billboard hit collection of songs...
Kanye is a joke. He wants all the money and the fame and not the attention from photogs that comes with it?
And a creative genius? Whoa there brother.
Sorry Wesley you're right. I apologize on behalf of myself for apologizing for you. Apology accepted.
Unbiased reporting is mindless for anything other than politics. The entire event was amazing (especially the hour you missed) Hipster crap per usual from Creative Loafing. Atlanta is full of it.
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Callibrand, we disagree! What a world!
Julie, for a band that's interested in creating theatrical, character-driven, logistically complex, time consuming, one night events, where their identities are hidden? Then no. Not a low blow. At least not my intention at all. Sorry if that was confusing. It's just an idea, an advancement on their theme. Pretty harmless stuff. As for: "literature on Facebook" ??? I can only respond: "d00d " ???
Little in this commentary is "abundantly clear", except your admission to having missed the first act of the show you set out to review. While your article praises the Swan House and its gardens, the overall tone towards the band is negative and your words are full of tiny jabs at them. Your attempt to explain your suggestion that someone else present the band's material as "not a put-down", is duplicitous backpedaling. Miss Moon's colloquial "Um... who writes like this?" is the only on-the-nose review on this page.
Yay for the J Monae tour. She puts on a quite a show!
personally attack you? i wouldn't even know where to start.
with the fact that you're waaay into majick and horoscopes and aleister crowley?
or that you unfortunately look a lot like your "jr" avatar in real life- a fat, bearded weirdo?
or the fact that you like posting pics of me so much that you're posted a link to a mugshot from 10 years ago 4 times in the past few weeks?
or the rumor i keep hearing about how your mom pays homeless men to bang her with coke bottles while she calls them "gorgeous jr"? that one seems really dark but who am i to judge what ol' moms is into?
honestly, there's more if we're going down this road. should i go on? real name? facebook url?
Lame. You're as witty as some of the rappers on the list. No wonder you came here to defend them. Or was it to personally attack me for the 100th time?
I'm sorry you found the writing so difficult to understand. I thought I made it abundantly clear that I liked the music very much, and that the evening was enjoyable, but maybe not. Not everything is black or white, sometimes there are grays! Oh well. Thank you for your even-tempered comment, Miss Moon.
Um... Who writes like this? It is very hard to follow or even understand what the fuck he is talking about! Especially if you are not a musician. This writer also seems to have a personal issue with the band and their Hounds persona. Also, the fact that these self-proclaimed hipster music writers don't like the Quiet Hounds, is just proof that the QH have gained enough popularity to no longer be cool in their hipster eyes! One last thing, if you "heard the music" on the way in, you were clearly more than a few minutes late. If you had arrived anytime in the hour and a half before the show, when doors opened, you would have been greeted by multiple people designated to guide you on your journey to the festivities!! Just Sayin'
Check out their ticket prices and tell me again how this ain't a money grab....
"and you're welcome, maam!", bangs your mom with a coke bottle since no one but ariel castro would want to actually touch her.
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