Lyrics Born at Pisgah

Because I was too busy laming out on Saturday night, I had to ask Rich about the show. Part of his dispatch:

“Um, Lyrics Born was freaking amazing. I’m not trying to rub it in or anything, but dude was awesome and just kept coming back on stage. Skins and Needles (drums and DJ) were his backup band and their set flowed seamlessly into his so there was no lame break between sets. He also had a lady singer and was super charismatic.”


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One thought on “Lyrics Born at Pisgah

  1. OlderManOfStyle

    I suppose your Streetstyle and Men of Style sections have comments disabled to avoid snarky personal remarks about the people who let themselves be photographed. But I was wondering if only the young’uns (the prized 18-36 demographic) are stylish in this town? Are older readers not welcome? They’ve got lots of buying power (especially some of the retirees) for your advertisers. Is Jerry Sternberg the only older voice you solicit?

    And your Cap’cha words seem especially hard to read to older eyes. No comments wanted from us old’uns? If you miss the first try, it should give you a new word. Now, if I can just figure out why the word that appears as “Bold” isn’t the word Cap’cha wants, I’ll submit this. (On my fifth or sixth try . .

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