Jay, thanks a bunch for the post--we here at .net/TMSTFC really appreciate these and hope you'll be able to keep doing them. To say we're stoked about the 8th would be an understatement.
Phillip in Wilm
Thanks Jay, I can't wait to see you guys on the 8th. I hope I get the chance to get a few pictures with everyone there too.
thanks so much Jay for the post, great to be kept informed. good info on the new songs, ive heard her do 'something to me' on a bbc radio interview and cant wait to hear the others. it musta been good to have greg playing. looking forward to when tift (and others?) are back here in the UK
Looks like Tift had a cool set up last night (11/8/06). Wish I could have been there. Couldn't help but notice the drummer has what looks like an older silver sparkle Ludwig kit. Mine is a '72 silver sparkle...he obviously has good taste. His kit actually has the older keystone badge but maybe it is a new kit with the old look? The Mason Smith Band would love to open for them in Wilmington or Raleigh... Philip, Tift is a beautiful girl, but next time how about a few more pictures of the drummer!
Thank you for posting to the tm.net blog. Mr. Hutchins is a fine drummer and a worthwhile person. I will happily tote his kit to the trailer any night, in exchange for the privilege of hearing them play. T and Z if y'all are reading this, you can trust me that if you ever want a local opener you could do far, far worse than the MSB. I'm sure Ned would send you a free CD. Despite the fact that I will blatantly flirt with his superlative wife any chance I get. It's al good. if there's one person who's drunk more free Maker's than Tift courtesy of me, it is most definitely Ned Lavengood.
We made the show in Athens, at the Melting Point. It was great to see the band together and Tift was AWESOME as usual. Tift puts so much energy into the show. The new mareial is great...I am so looking forward to the new CD.
Steve - Atlanta