The music doesn't stop: Stone Temple ...

The music doesn't stop: Stone Temple Pilots, Mariachi Vargas, Boz Scaggs are just the tip of this...

There are 6 comments on the El Paso Times story from Feb 17, 2011, titled The music doesn't stop: Stone Temple Pilots, Mariachi Vargas, Boz Scaggs are just the tip of this.... In it, El Paso Times reports that:

It's been a good week for local music fans, and it's about to get better. Sleepercar's Jim Ward launched his revamped website, tembloroso.com, on Sunday night, did a live chat on elpasotimes.com Monday and rolled out his new EP, "The End Begins." A launch party for the site and EP will be at 7 tonight at Hope and Anchor, the Mesa Street bar he ...

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pole cat

Haskell, TX

#1 Feb 22, 2011
I went to the Boz Scaggs show. I was disappointed with the lack-luster performance. The band was great. The lady singer stole the show. Too bad her choice of costume was a see-thru cat suit. Not attractive on heavy-set ladies. At one point in the show, the band kicked off "Breakdown Dead Ahead" and Boz started singing Lido shuffle. They are a lot alike, I guess.
music fan

El Paso, TX

#2 Feb 22, 2011
We had one of the best bands in the country, Widespread Panic from Athens, GA, booked for the Abe Chavez theater last year and it never got promoted. I had front row tickets with a few friends of mine and they ended up canceling due to lack of ticket sales.

Now we bring in these has-beens and the music ignorant necks buy lots of tickets....or else these shows are poorly attended and you never hear about it.
protester

El Paso, TX

#3 Feb 22, 2011
I disagree with music fan - you shouldn't call great musicians hasbeens. Everyone's taste is different. Another concert that kind of slipped through the cracks was Rib Rock at Western Playland. The local bands were OK but the headliner, Led Zepagain, was so amazing. Their performance of that music made it all come alive again. The crowd went crazy despite the horrible windy conditions. I hope they'll come back and give El Paso another chance!
I Thought

El Paso, TX

#4 Feb 22, 2011
I thought they mentioned 'big names', did I miss something? Did the El Paso Times just do the Texas Switch on me? dang it!
Chuco Town Hustler

El Paso, TX

#5 Feb 22, 2011
"Skid Row and Slaughter, damn this is great, can't get any better than this!"

Sincerely,
1988
protester

El Paso, TX

#6 Feb 24, 2011
lol what a funny post
It's true, the metal days are long past
but a lot of people still like the music and
in some cases, the musicians have improved a lot over 20 years.
MEtal forever!
Chuco Town Hustler wrote:
"Skid Row and Slaughter, damn this is great, can't get any better than this!"
Sincerely,
1988

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