Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by lemonman, Jan 26, 2018.
He and Todd could be brothers from different morhers, excelle
Correction, mothers, excellent show
Not originally. He launched and did most of the content (7 or 8 seasons) at his house in Millerton, NY which he sold on moving to CT. The club shows started around '15. If it's 'cool' to clarify
that was the best show on television... ever
Didn't realize it was that long ago? I have that saved on my DVR, the version of Heaven Tonight is amazing
big like for Shane Theriot's lead in that!
Maybe because Palladium became MTV Live, and Mtv wouldn’t know good programming if it landed on their face and wiggled.
Wow, I haven’t seen John Kimock play in probably over 10 years. (I forget the band name... New Madrid or something?) He picked up some chops!
I read an interview w/Daryl the other day that suggested he's touring these days. And the show might have been a big middle finger to all the critics they had, including Rolling Stone--who they thought targeted them unfairly with criticism. Also credited the show with his and Hall and Oates resurgence. Got the impression it might have run its course with them, accomplished what they set out to do.
So many good shows. My favorites were the ones with old school R and B stuff--they always nailed that and had a blast--and some of the lesser known songs from stars.
Seems like a cool place to go for an evening. Wouldn't mind catching this show on March 2nd;
Masters of the Telecaster featuring GE Smith, Jim Weider & Jon Herrington
Not only that, he is a songwriter and a good one at that. The apple didn't fall far from....
That was my favorite show of all time. Miss seeing new episodes.
Peter Moshay is the mix engineer for the show. I sent him a message yesterday to find out if he has any info on the show's return. He responded saying that new shows are in the works, no details, but they are returning soon.
The current venue has a video control room like you’d expect to see in a sports broadcast video truck. They’ve got the capability. I wish they’d post more of the shows that they live stream.
This is an excellent show... hope to see more.
The logistics of getting everyone paid is probably a big factor.
My personal fav of the show...
Totally agree on Kenny. He just seemed a bit high on himself. Saw him on another show recently - can’t remember what it was - and he came off the same way, at least to me. Billy, I didn’t get that feeling, thought it was more his schtick/image.
I saw the tour years ago with Sharon Jones and another singer guy. Great show and music.
The keyboard player gives me fits, he’s like the anti-Wakeman. Plays through what looks like a couple of toys probably connected to a laptop. Very chill and playing to the song. I’d like to see him stretch out sometime as I get the sense he’s a monster behind the mask of dutiful sideman.
The Cheap Trick episode is on YouTube, saw it the other day.
Forrest played in the jazz band at the college I attended, alongside the bass player from my band at the time. He was a supernatural drummer, even back then.