A day after releasing their second full-length album, Fair City Fire had one hell’uva album release show at Stubb’s BBQ. The guys got the night rolling with the new title track “Shake Your Bones.” An appropriate name for an album that is both in your face and delicate at times. Lead singer and guitarist, Brian Wolff, took everyone in attendance on an emotional roller coaster. Whether it was singing the impassioned song “Hold on to You” or shredding on guitar while having a headbanging contest with the front row, Wolff showcased his dynamic stage presence.
In the Fifth Street reiteration of Clifford Antone’s legacy venue, embellished with a bright glowing sign of his name, one can find the glowing blue hearts of everyone from the American youth to daringly brave musicians who rule the stage in rock ‘n’ roll terror.
A sincere thank-you letter from On Vinyl’s founder and sound guide for our loyal readership!
A report commissioned by Austin Music People revealed that “economic activity by local artists, venues and businesses” has dropped 15 percent from 2010 to 2014. That’s a worrying decline of $856 to $726 million.
This past Sunday, we hosted an event at Volstead Lounge featuring 140 pounds of crawfish, day drinking and of course fantastic live music.