Can one have a restraining order slapped against them for promoting a band?
If so, then I'm gulity for shameless promotion of The Hundred Days.
Did you know they are playing on Saturday night?
No? Are you lliving under a rock?
I can not confirm if it's their first time in Charlotte, but I can confirm, it will be my first time seeing them, and I am beyond stoked for this set.
THEY GO ON AT 5:30 PM - DO NOT...I REPEAT DO NOT MISS THIS SET.
Yes, there might be that other bands playing but for me, the only one that's playing is THE HUNDRED DAYS.
Yes, working in radio, I do get to see a lot of shows/concerts/whatever you want to call them, but there are only a few shows that I truly get to enjoy and even fewer shows that I get excited for. I'm musically jaded. A band or artist have to truly impress me for me to suggest to a friend or random stranger that they should pick up their CD or go to their show.
Then there are bands that when you listen to their music, you just know that what they have is special. They aren't the cookie cutter artst/band of rock, pop, country, etc.
That's what I felt when I heard The Hundred Days. I can't quite put my finger on what it is, but they've got that spark. The spark that will take them far if the music industry is kind to them. Let's face it, they and most bands that don't sound like what's in, has a long hard road ahead of them. Some make it, some don't.
So, if you're going to Music Monsters and Mayhem on Saturday, I ask you to come out early and give music that you might normally listen to a chance.
Best case scenario: You became a fan.
Worst case scenario: You drink a few extra beers.
Remember, THEY GO ON AT 5:30 PM - DO NOT...I REPEAT DO NOT MISS THIS SET.
I'll be acting like a fool in Section 102. I hope to see you there..come say HI and rock out with me.
"GIRL AT A PARTY"