After five years of fun and memorable shows, The Whisperlights are calling it quits. Like all veterans of long-distance relationships, the band members tried to make it work by getting together once a year or so and rekindling the magic, but they had the added problem of trying to get eight people t ... More >>
After five years of fun and memorable shows, The Whisperlights are calling it quits. Like any faltering long distance relationship, they tried to make it work by getting the band together once a year or so. With members living on both coasts, it's difficult to get the full eight-piece band together. ... More >>
All photos by Melissa FossumThe Whisperlights The Duce Tuesday, June 28, 2011 The Whisperlights are now two-for-two for hosting fun and exciting CD release parties. Almost a year ago to the date, the band released their debut EP, Wake Up Dead, at the Yucca Tap Room. To celebrate their first fu ... More >>
Brodie's a fave of singer/songwriter fans from around the 'Nix, and many of us are sad to hear he's leaving town, headed back to Cali. He's leaving in style though, with a "celebrity" roast next Saturday, the 16th, at Trunk Space appropriately entitled Fuck You, Brodie Hubbard. Here's his submission ... More >>
Richard Carr, president of a firm that wants to build the $350 million South Mountain Toll Road, has extensive experience in "public-private partnerships." Unfortunately, most of those experiences have been bad.