My Morning Jacket and Band of Horses will play the LC Pavilion in Columbus August 12th. While that alone might make you scream; it gets even better. This concert launches what is expected to be an ongoing partnership among PromoWest, Wexner Center, and CD 102.5. A portion of the show’s proceeds will benefit the Wexner Center for the Arts and Cd101 For the Kids.
Tickets are $39 in advance, or $43 day of and go on sale to the general public Friday, May 4 at 10 am at Ticketmaster.com.
for more info sbout the partnership keep reading after the jump.
Band of Horses
LC Pavilion I Columbus, OH
Oct. 5, 2010
Photos by me
Pictured: Band of Horses at Nationwide Arena
In a perfect world, Pearl Jam would have been my first concert way back in 1992 in Cleveland at Peabody’s Down Under. My bff’s older sister was the one that turned me on to a lot of new music, some good, some not so much. I have no older siblings, so I looked to her for recommendations. She was just coming off a hair metal trip-you know the story, grunge killed the hair metal star. First it was Nirvana, then it was Pearl Jam. She was super excited about the Peabody’s show and after having seen the video for “Alive,” I realllly wanted to go, but it was not to be (thanks parents!). What was to be, though, was my first Pearl Jam experience that took place last Thursday at Nationwide Arena. I didn’t find out until super last minute that I was going, wasn’t quite sure what to expect as PJ have kind of lost me over the last few releases, but I felt like I would be a fool to miss a “classic rock band of our time.” The band formerly know as Mookie Blaylock did not disappoint and the show was way better than I could have hoped. South Carolina by way of Seattle dudes Band of Horses opened the show (actually I guess Mike McCready played a couple/few songs first, but I missed that while waiting to be herded out to the photo pit for BOH). Continue reading
Having a typo on the cover of a magazine isn’t common, and when it happens people love to point it out. But what happens when the entire front page image is wrong? That’s what happened with Melt Magazine.
This is not Modest Mouse:
That’s Band of Horses, actually. It is fixed on their website, though: