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TheDoc
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re: Baton Rouge's local music scene


Josiah plays guitar, Micah plays bass/guitar in Godspeed. They haven't played a show in a while. They were trying to do a New Year's Eve thing but it didn't work out.





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CottonWasKing
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I haven't seen them play since the caterie burned down..... Now that I think about it that may have been the last time that I've seen either one of them period





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Paul Allen
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Nov 2007
28469 posts

re: Baton Rouge's local music scene


well, I named some local bands





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Mie2cents
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the round part of earth
Member since Dec 2012
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Henry Turner Jr. and Flavor






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stoov
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Atlanta, GA
Member since Oct 2010
462 posts

re: Baton Rouge's local music scene


@ The Doc - you play with Rhett? Tell him Stoov from Anomaly says what up.

We used to play together back when we were like 16 - always loved his style of drumming.






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stoov
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Atlanta, GA
Member since Oct 2010
462 posts

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@Paul - you forgot Anomaly - we used to play with all those guys, not to mention Down in the Park from Laffy or Punch People from NO.

Now that was a great band, Punch People - guitarist and drummer were both so damn talented






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Jester
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
17459 posts

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I know him personally and his ego really didn't explode at all he's still the same old drew.


We'll have to agree to disagree on that one.






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StarSaint
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3384 posts

re: Baton Rouge's local music scene


Doc, I think we know each other..

If you were in the Caterie "scene" around 2002-2005.







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Mad_Mardigan
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2012
684 posts

re: Baton Rouge's local music scene


quote:

Jester
Explain how his ego exploded?






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Jester
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
17459 posts

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quote:

Explain how his ego exploded?


He just became very arrogant toward people who had opened doors for him and it was really off-putting. Sorry, but I saw it firsthand plenty and you will never convince me otherwise.



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Mad_Mardigan
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2012
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I'm not trying to convince you otherwise. I thought he had wronged you in some way but it seems he didn't.





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Jester
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
17459 posts

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I thought he had wronged you in some way but it seems he didn't.


Not directly to me, but close enough. I would say more, but I'm not all about outing myself on here.






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Mad_Mardigan
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2012
684 posts

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That's cool. I just get tired of the pettiness in this town. People are quick to character bash anyone on open forums without backing up their claims. Not saying this is the case, but it just gets old. I know Drew casually and he has always been really nice to me even though he barely knows me. I guess it's all just circumstantial. There does seem to be an abundance of egos in this town.





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Jester
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
17459 posts

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There does seem to be an abundance of egos in this town.


In my experience, drummers and singers have quite stubborn egos.






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purpleblackandgold
New Orleans Saints Fan
BR
Member since Aug 2007
94 posts

re: Baton Rouge's local music scene


BR local music is starting to finally come back from what looked like a very painful death. The best time for it was around 1998-2005 in my opinion. Some badass bands around that time





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Lester Earl
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BR music scene faded when Lazy K disbanded, and REALLY disappeared when We Landed on the Moon broke up





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Jester
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
17459 posts

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The best time for it was around 1998-2005 in my opinion. Some badass bands around that time


Yup, those were fun times.






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