Monday, September 14, 2009
Upcoming Denton concerts - September 17-19
Lydia, Trebuchet, and The Raven Charter are on the docket this week.
Without a doubt, the show you should be excited for this week is taking place at Rubber Gloves on Thursday. Headlining this show is the outstanding Arizona band Lydia, who has been right on the brink of exploding for about two years now, ever since the release of their terrific album, entitled Illuminate, which included the single "I Woke Up Near the Sea" (below).
Also playing is PlayRadioPlay! From Fort Worth, PRP is one of the most popular and exciting of the emerging young rock bands. Check out a sample below!
It seems like these guys are up here every week doesn't it? Not that we are complaining! Trebuchet displays one of the most important aspects of any successful band, they play a ton of shows. I mean a TON!
It's not rocket science, but one would think it was by the so few number of bands who actually employ this work ethic. If you play a lot of shows, more people will hear your music. More fans will follow. More success yada yada yada. You get it. And so does Trebuchet.
But if you are going to play this much, you better be good. Don't worry, they have that covered, too. They're one of the premier rock groups in Denton. Please do yourself a favor and check them out.
At the Boiler Room this week we have playing one of the most entertaining bands in Denton. The Raven Charter pulls no punches when putting on a live show. They are always at the top of their game. Black lights and fog machines galore, this band understands that a live show should be just as visually stimulating as it is audibly.
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