I want to apologize for my lack of blogging lately. It's been a while and although I do have some legit excuses I could throw at you the truth is I have no real excuse. So I hope all of my adoring readers will please forgive me. I'm talking to you Mom.
Anyways.. things have been busy and they haven't. Basically every time I think to blog it's an inopportune time and when I have the time to do it I forget about it. whoopsy daisy.
I would like to share s band I got to see last week. An interesting band playing good music with their own originalities. The show was at Lambert's downtown. Cowboy and Indian (Austin based) was the name. I had just heard their music about 2-3 weeks before the date of the show and decided that I couldn't miss it. I'm glad I didn't.
Cowboy and Indian opened the show and did it with style. They were opening for a band called He's my brother she's my sister... ( http://youtu.be/METcWKbEQD4 ) a great gypsy circus rock group out of L.A. You should definitely check them out. Cowboy and Indian were just speaking my language a little bit more. They took the audience to several different places throughout the show. One song would be somber and beautifully mellow and the next song had the potential of folk rocking your face off. Three different members of the band all took turns singing songs and harmonizing together. I believe I read the band first began When Jesse Plemons and Jazz Mills joined forces musically and later Daniel James. They haven't yet released an album so I'm looking forward to picking one up once that happens. And if you don't know Jesse Plemons is actual an established thespian. Most likely you've seen him in Friday Night Lights, Paul, and he is supposed to be in the blockbuster "Battleship" coming out next summer... among other things. Super nice dude. Great musician...forgot he was even in the business.
Here's a pic I took, and a recent video
Here's an example of a live show they had during SXSW with special guest the lovely Hunt sisters.
If you have the chance I would go see Cowboy and Indian. But only if you are a fan of music.
Thanks for reading Mom,