Alberta's Ol' Boots & the Hoots have resurrected the broken vocal formula that was perfected by Southern storytellers years ago and has since inspired so many amnesiac stadium-country singers.
The 11-track Pinecone Cowboy features a poised collection of wittily crafted, downtempo western melodies, a cactus in the ass of modern, power-ballad country crooners that forgot the music of their grandfathers. TICKETS: advance or door The Dead South is a four-piece acoustic ensemble based in Regina, Saskatchewan.
However, since this is part of a greater story, it’s fine as a teaser for what you have to look forward to.
is about Oscar, but this excerpt reminds us that the book is about more than just Oscar, it’s about his family.
, but, being an 11-year-old boy, who loved Kiss, I never doubted its awesomeness.
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There’s even a poster that came with my vinyl copy! I constantly have the “there’s another mess I’ve got myself in” line in my head all the time.
I liked “What makes the World Go ‘Round” but even I can acknowledge that the song is pretty poor.
It opens with Lola’s mother asking her to feel a lump in her breast, a moment that Lola felt would change both of their lives for the worst.
But things didn’t change because her mother got sick, they changed because Lola got sick of doing everything her mother said. After doing everything in her power to get thrown out (cutting off her hair, staying out all night, saying horrible things to her mother), she finally decided to run away. She moved in with her loser boyfriend and spent several excruciating months there being Happy, no matter how miserable she was.