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PostSubject: awesome review of Dallas gig   Fri May 06, 2011 8:24 am

awesome review of Dallas gig

"After the Drowning Men came Sharks, a band that's been getting a lot of publicity in punk circles and that I was pretty eager to check out. I was a little curious how their music would fit opening for Chuck just because of how fast and loud their songs were compared to Chuck's newer, more folksy direction, and how the energy from their set would carry over. I didn't really know what to expect but I definitely didn't expect them to blow everyone away like they did. They played some of the best new punk that I've heard in a long time and they were all phenomenal musicians. In particular, their guitarist was amazing and had some of the greatest solos that I've ever seen live. You could tell just by watching that even though the band had come all the way from England and had nowhere to sleep for the night that they were having a great time and really giving it their all. Towards the end of their set, Chuck came out and sang a few lines from "Rooftops" while the band kept playing. It was definitely one of the best openers that I'd seen and the band did a great job getting everyone excited for Chuck to come out and play. I don't know many of their songs or what songs they played, but I definitely understand now why this band is getting so much press and think that they're a band to watch in the future."
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