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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Nyman Nov 15, 2013.

 

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Dennis Nyman replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars/venues in your area'
"Although the Tractor Tavern is probably my favorite venue in Seattle as I've seen many of the artists discussed on this website there and it's just a couple of blocks from my apartment but I would add The Triple Door downtown where I…"
Nov 15, 2013
Joshua Sanders replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars/venues in your area'
"As a guy who lives and plays in NYC...I have to say that I would STRONGLY avoid Bleeker Street. They treat their bands like crap, and their customers as well. Friends of mine have played at the Bitter End and I just won't even go there..."
Nov 14, 2013
David Silverstein replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars/venues in your area'
"Nice to know that the Rose Bowl is still there.  "
Nov 12, 2013
Tom McD replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars/venues in your area'
"I would add Sticky Lips BBQ Juke Joint, Rochester, NY The Purple Fiddle, Thomas, West Virginia 123 Pleasant St, Morgantown, West Virginia"
Nov 12, 2013
Jordan Goldenberg replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars/venues in your area'
"CUT Recordings in Los Angeles.  Hard to come by places like this in LA."
Nov 11, 2013
john mobley replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"That all sounds good... Spent a few teenaged years near there in Pensacola and it is spectacular! John"
Apr 4, 2013
Emilien replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"I would add The Wine bar to the Asheville list"
Apr 3, 2013
john mobley replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"I have pasted your text below so you can repost if you'd like without having to recreate it. Kyla   In the Washington DC Area, there are big venues and small. there are some that charge a lot, and focus on highly marketed product and some…"
Apr 3, 2013
ron victor replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"NJ: roxxy and dukes Asbury lanes probably about it - lol"
Feb 27, 2013
Eddie Boster replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"If you're on the I-70 tour a stop in Columbia Missouri is a good place to catch your breath and make some gas money. The University of Missouri, Stevens College and Columbia College supply enough college age music fans to keep a handful of…"
Feb 4, 2013
WIndieCityJoe replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"Can't forget Fitzgerald's - miss you in Chicago, Sarah!"
Feb 2, 2013
brad walkenhorst replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"St louis Iam sure I am missing some. Off Broadway Old Rock House Blueberry Hill Lemmons Stagger inn again (edwardsville) VENICE CafE broadway oyster bar These are the main ones. I AM SURE I am missing some. Especially in the suburbs and outlying…"
Feb 1, 2013
Anthony Gentilcore replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"Not much here in the California desert except for Harriet & Pappy's in Frontiertown.  I lived in Charlotte, NC for three years and just loved The Evening Muse and the Neighborhood Theatre in NODA."
Feb 1, 2013
Bill Graham replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"Yeah, those '80's bands are great, aren't they? Never heard THAT stuff before. Erie IS pretty barren, Americana-wise. You should really check out The Sportsmen's in Buffalo. Easy to get to, pretty short drive and an unbeatable…"
Feb 1, 2013
Chelsea replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"I'm in Erie too....every now and the Crooked I has some good bands, and Docksiders does too from time to time. Erie could really use some more cover bands, especially 80s songs. Just kidding."
Feb 1, 2013
Jack Kidd replied to 100 Damned Guns's discussion 'alt-country bars in your area'
"Here in the UK, more specifically in the North East we have either The Sage, Gateshead or anything organised by The Jumpin' Hot Club (usually The Cluny in Newcastle). Before I did my prodigal son act and returned to Northumberland I used to…"
Feb 1, 2013

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We’re not a band with a pay guarantee. That is to say, we’ll usually play for whatever is listed on the original show offer without much negotiation. This usually includes beers, cheap wells, a few people on the guest list and a percentage of the door. Bigger shows will often give us a room backstage and maybe a little food to boot, but after years and years of gigging we’ve learned how to identify “The Greatest Shows You Will Ever Play In Your Life” from all the other bullshit. I’m here to… Continue

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Ok, so the podcast I spoke of last is now up.

If you would like to hear us jackass around with an NPR DJ and a little snippet of each song on our CD go to this link.

http://www.kera.org/artandseek/content/track-by-track-with-paul-slavens/

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Podcast braggadocia and other drunken rambles.

In terms of bragging, being invited to be featured on a podcast is between your mom thinking you are handsome and headlining at a Bar B Que joint, but this particular podcast gets promoted on NPR and features an in depth look at single CD.



This week is our CD.



Our CD that I don't honestly like listening to.



There's nothing wrong with our CD per se. We put everything we had into it, but I don't honestly like to hear my own voice and I judge my own songwriting… Continue

Posted on August 28, 2009 at 11:16pm — 1 Comment

Hello, we're 100 Damned Guns.

We're an alt-country band from Fort Worth, TX. We're a pretty young band compared to a lot of the No Depression seasoned veterans We've just released our second CD and have a lot of fun playing shows and meeting people.



I uploaded some photos and a couple of Mp3s, I hope you like them.



We're big fans of Split Lip, Mountain Sprout, Trampled By Turtles and the Avett Brothers. So if you like those cats hopefully you will like us too.



I wish I had something… Continue

Posted on August 4, 2009 at 1:00pm

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At 7:02am on October 10, 2009, JR Gurkins said…
Thanks for the add
At 8:48am on September 22, 2009, Ceci Gilson said…
Got the disc. Played in on "Kitchen Party" WMPG in Portland ME. Thx - keep it coming!
At 3:24pm on August 7, 2009, Steven Fedrick said…
It's nice to meet some local boys! God Bless FW TX. Great music! Great site!
At 8:32am on August 6, 2009, Mud, Blood & Beer said…
I love your sound - thanks for being our friends!
At 9:51pm on August 5, 2009, hombre said…
yeh..welcome aboard,,,,all hundred of ya......
At 7:58pm on August 5, 2009, Huke Green said…
Channelview is east of Houston. If Y'all make it down here or us up there we will have to book something together.
At 3:55pm on August 5, 2009, Diana Lackey said…
But you look brilliant
At 11:25am on August 5, 2009, No Depression said…
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At 10:57pm on August 4, 2009, Daniel T said…
Welcome gentlemen. Liked what I heard. This #$@# site has me spending far too much money on music.I can see 2 more CDs in my collection. I hear the Trinity river in your music. I miss cowtown. Gotta get back. Miss the tornados and scorpions. Have you played Sons of Hermann Hall yet? Bass Hall? ( kidding) I hope KHYI has put you in rotation. And don't worry about saying something brilliant here. You're music speaks for itself, and it's brilliant.
 
 
 

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