Thursday, July 31, 2003
 

The Strawman Cometh at Rex's Birthday Bash





Strawman will be headlining tonight's show at the Sophisticated Otter. TEAM ROCK will be on hand to celebrate REX MUNDI's Birthday and to attend the KILLER show scheduled for tonight @ 11pm. I have been listening to their stuff from their Web Page and they have a great sound. Their music is really strong and it will be a great show. I took an instant liking to their music and will probably being buying their CDs tonight after the show. downBleed will be opening for them tonight. This will be my first chance to see them play. Remember, if you come for downBleed, make sure you hang around for Strawman, as these guys from DC will be a show not to miss.

This is another show from the team of FRENCH and STEVE. If you miss this show, you will be sorry. I am not sure of the price tonight. Strawman's Web Site says $5 - French, at one time told me possibly $2 or less - but at whatever they decide to charge, it will be worth it. Trust me on this one. And anyways, everybody has to come out to tell REX Happy Birthday! See you there!

Xyon


Wednesday, July 30, 2003
 

SHOWS TO CHECK-OUT


WEDNESDAY JULY 30 :

Sister Hazel, Virginia Coalition, Gavin DeGraw - Poor Richards Campus (Johnson City)
Hope and Suicide, Weedeater, 16, Gods of Mars - Ground Zero (Spartanburg)


THURSDAY JULY 31 :

Strawman, downBleed - Sophisticated Otter (Johnson CIty) REX'S BIRTHDAY BASH


FRIDAY AUG 1 :


Rob Russell and the Sore Losers - Down Home (Johnson City)
Lucerin Blue - The Rambis (Johnson City)7pm
Headsnap, Mindspill, Forgranted - Ground Zero (Spartanburg)


SATURDAY AUG 2 :

Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers - Sophisticated Otter (Johnson City)
Soilent Green, Cephalic Carnage, lick the Golden Sky - Ground Zero
Anti-Trust, downBleed - Rock City Cafe (Pounding Mill, VA)
Tragically White - Gatsby's (Johnson City)

Feel Free to add any other shows in the comment section...

SUPPORT LOCAL MUSIC!!!

ROCK

Monday, July 28, 2003
 

GOING THROUGH CHANGES


JC SCENE has undergone a title change. It is now called ROAD REX. Local music, etc. is pretty much covered by TEAM ROCK, so an additional similar site seems like overkill. ROAD REX will focus more on in-depth coverage of my travels and experiences (cons, concerts, etc.). I'll still post local reviews there, as well as here. RR will just delve deeper into extraneous experiences! The url has not changed. ROAD REX will still be found @ jcscene.blogspot.com - thanx! -

- REX MUNDI -


 

WEIRD AL ROCKED BOTCON!!!


I've returned from the OTFCC (formerly BOTCON). I'll have a full report soon! Upon arriving at the con, we got word that WEIRD AL would be performing two shows on the NAVY PIER the next night! On the chance that we might get some tickets, DAVE and I headed out on the train Saturday night. As luck would have it, we met a very nice couple (thanks Cristie!) with two tickets for sale. They had some folks bail due to a wedding and sold us the tickets for purchase price! We got sweet seats about twelve rows back and prepared for weirdness. The show was excellent! All the hits were performed, each in their specific costumes. The highlight was the encore : THE SAGA BEGINS and YODA! The front row fans had all brought light up lightsabers...wow, what a neat vision! Lightsabers played a big part in the weekend! More to come on that subject! The show was a perfect cap to a great con experience! Get your 'poodle hat' and go see AL!!!

- REX MUNDI -


Saturday, July 26, 2003
 

Wednesday July 30


Poor Richard's on Campus presents:

Sister Hazel, Virginia Coalition, and Gavin Degraw.
SHOW TIME : 7:30pm
TICKETS : $15.00


Friday, July 25, 2003
 

SEVENDUST to play Rafters in Johnson City






SEVENDUST


In case you haven't heard, SEVENDUST will be playing Rafters in Johnson City, August 29,2003. Stay tuned for more information as it is released!

Xyon

 

Running With Scissors schedule for fall



French posted Running With Scissors fall schedule over at Ansley Roberts. I have posted the entire schedule on the Quick Buzz page. The local dates for East Tennessee are:


Sept 12: State Line Bar and Grill Bristol TN

Sept 13: The Sophisticated Otter, Johnson City TN w/ TBA

Oct (TBA) Sophisticated Otter w/ Shadow Wax

Nov 21: State Line Bar and Grill, Bristol VA


Xyon

Tuesday, July 22, 2003
 

Weekly Concert Calendar


TUESDAY JULY 22:

RA, DOUBLEDRIVE, PRESENCE BLUE CATS (KNOXVILLE)
Ziggy Marley Orange Peel (Asheville)


WEDNESDAY JULY 23:

Injected, Left Front Tire - Funfest..K-ROCK block party FREE
Lillix, Wakefield - Funfest Legion Pool FREE
Rob Russell and the sore Losers, Yukon, THe Shazam, Green Rode Shotgun - Funfest Civic Auditorium FREE
Copper, Electric, Inspector 12 -Blue Cats (Knoxville)


THURSDAY JULY 24:

3 DOORS DOWN, SEETHER, OUR LADY PEACE, SHINEDOWN - Knoxville Coliseum


FRIDAY JULY 25:

downBleed, Deadlevel -Shakers (Johnson City)
Madhappy - Buck's Pizza (Johnson City

SATURDAY JULY 26:

EVE 6 - Tremont Music Hall (Charlotte)
AntiTrust, downBleed - Swappers (Bristol) 2-5pm FREE
ShadowWax, Pitchblonde - Sophisicated Otter (Johnson City)
The Orange Julians, Blind Society - The Hideaway (Johnson City )

SUNDAY JULY 27:

Knox Gothic Presents: SANCTUS - Blue Cats (Knoxville)




Monday, July 21, 2003
 

TRANSFORM AND ROLL OUT


It's back to Chicago this weekend for BOTCON 2003 (the official convention of the TRANSFORMERS). The dorkness continues! There will be the annual dealer room 'running of the unwashed' as well as some great guests! GARRY CHALK (Beast Wars/Machines Primal, Armada, Masters of the Universe, Stargate, etc.) and DAVID KAYE (Beast Wars/Machines Megatron, etc.) are the highlights of the guest list...Uncle Garry is one hell of a drinking partner! Several voice actors from the original series will be in attendance as well. It's too bad I'm missing all these great local acts, but there will be a few interludes between BOTCON, the IRON MAIDEN concert, and DRAGONCON...hopefully I can catch a few local shows.

- REX MUNDI -


 

TYPE O NEGATIVE




TYPE O NEGATIVE

SEPT 12, 2003
GROUND ZERO (SPARTANBERG)

I'LL BE FRONT ROW FOR THIS SHOW!!!!

ANSLEY, HOW ABOUT THESE GUYS IN JOHNSON CITY!!!

ROCK


 

MORE Rock @ FunFest



Also on Wednesday, July 23, 2003

FunFest - K-ROCK Block Party Sprint Stage



Injected & Left Front Tire
7PM - FREE

 

ROCK @ FUNFEST



on WEDNESDAY - JULY 23, 2003





LILLIX


PERFORMING AT THE FUN FEST LEGION POOL - FREE

ROCK

 

RA @ BLUE CATS, KNOXVILLE





RA


Tuesday July 22, 2003
9PM - $10.00
W/ Special Guest - Presence & Double Drive



Double Drive





Presence

ROCK

Friday, July 18, 2003
 

HARDCORE FRIDAY NIGHT




STILLBORN
Tonight at The Rambis in Johnson City, TN. (1400 E Millard ST) All Age show.

Along with:
AntiTrust

Good Night Waiting
In Remberance of Me
Tav & Dave

Show time 5:30....so get there early!!!
Support Local Music!!!

ROCK

Thursday, July 17, 2003
 

K ROCK BLOCK PARTY



Wednesday, July 23, 2003
K ROCK BLOCK PARTY on the Sprint Stage

Bands: Injected & Left Front Tire

FUNFEST

Showtime - 7:00pm
Cost - FREE

Wednesday, July 16, 2003
 

G-FEST X THIS WEEKEND!!!!


Once again it's road trip time...didn't we just get back? . DAVE and I shall be 'getting our geek on' at G-FEST X, North America's only annual convention devoted to GODZILLA, GAMERA, and other KAIJU. It will be in Chicago this year, so XYON and SKY are going along as well to do some city exploring. I will definately have to return to MITSUWA and CHINATOWN! I can't wait to see GAMERA 3 and GMK on the big screen...uncut and subtitled!!!!! I'll have a full report upon my return. G-FEST is always full of memorable/kodak moments. They're not the LENNON show drunken debauchery kind, but enjoyable none the less!!!

- REX MUNDI -


 

Review Lennon Show in Richmond KY



The full blown post can be read at Xyon's Rambles where we go through Corbin, KY and eat at the first ever KFC and leads you up to the time we arrive at MF Hooligans. For here though, I am starting at the time when we leave The Buddha Belly and make our way to...

... the ATM for a quick splash of cash and head back to MF Hooligans. Being there early we are able to get choice seats (like we would use them after Lennon started - which we didn't) and started the rounds of pitchers. We drank them dry of Killians Red (which was 1.6 pitchers) and drank Amber Bock the rest of the night. I spotted Lennon over by the pool tables and had to go over and say hi. She was a little upset and told me that her guitar player had been out with someone last night who had gotten a DUI. He had only called 1hr previous telling her this (which would have been around 7pm) and said he could not make it to play.

Now let me back up a little bit. I had seen Lennon twice before and both times TECH was her guitar player. So I didn't even know who this guy was. Lennon goes on to say that TECH would be filling in for him (and Thank God he was around). I then ask her about the new album. I had looked for it where their stuff was for sale and didn't see it. :( She said that she had gotten word that they had finished mixing the last song (earlier on Saturday) and they now had to figure out if they were going to try and find another label or try and do it themselves.

After going back to the table and telling Rex and CroMag about the conversation, Rex asks me to take his art CD over to Lennon. She tells me how great the cover and inside art looks tells me to thank him. I let her know that she will probably meet him a bit later as he will be getting a shirt and will want her to sign it. After Rex got a little more liquid courage we go back over, she signs his shirt, and she thanks us again for making the trip up. Rex tells her it was our pleasure to make the trip to see her play and then quotes Harry Chapin. He said, "and as my favorite musician says - 'Go Do Something'" She then informs us that Harry Chapin is her favorite artist too. TIME FROZE (to people who know me - that will be funny ;) The music from the club was blaring and I wasn't sure I heard her correctly. Then she starts talking about the song 'Sniper' and shows Rex her tatoos on her wrist.

After we get back to the table, I ask Rex what she was saying about the tatoos on her wrist and, where the music was real loud, he didn't really catch it either. But I could not let it rest. I head back over and ask Lennon. She motions me back to the back area so she can tell me. She shows the tatoos again. On one wrist it was the letter "I" and on the other wrist it was the letters "AM", which were done nicely in some kind of pattern. She goes on to tell me that the song 'Sniper' (from Harry Chapin) is her favorite song. She says, "Remember when, in the song he is up in the tower..." and proceeds to quote lyrics from the song. This sends chills up my back because 'Sniper' is probably my favorite song as well and I tell her so. At the end of the song - just before the sniper is shot, he screams I AM - to her that was it and I agree. She also said that "somehow, someway - I will cover that song!" I can hardly wait to hear her do it.

Just after 9pm, Sway took the stage and put on a suprisingly strong performance. I suppose it is surprising because usually the first opening band (of 3) is local and still trying to find their way. These guys were local to Lexington but they have found everything as they rocked the club. Next was Circle Four. These guys were good too (sorry guys, I don't have a picture of them scanned). They only thing about them was I think the lead singer was trying too hard. He had a strong voice and the band played really well, but there was something I can only describe as not quite there yet. I see them only getting better though and they will be playing at the Sophisticated Otter again soon. I look forward to seeing these guys again and hope that they bring Sway with them!

Lennon exploded onto stage around 11pm. Rex, CroMag, and myself had moved to the front of the stage (the only times we left was the occasional beer run, which thankfully, was done by Rex.) Her first song was Property of Goatfuckerand as she went through songs I knew by heart and new songs I will know after her album is released, I couldn't help but think how much I had missed seeing one of her shows. During the breaks between songs she would talk a little, but while she has no problem singing in front of audiences, she is a little shy when she has to talk. I understand this perfectly.

During one of her songs, she knelt down on the side of the stage where I was standing and sang to me a little. I was floored and everybody else around me fizzled out until it was just the two of us. This lasted, oh about, 10 seconds, but it could have been an eternity.

The rest of the set was awesome. The only thing I missed was the keyboards. Afterward she told me that it had broken a few nights ago. (so there was no 5:30 Saturday Morning). Also afterwards she let me get a picture with her. Rex had to get just right angle from the camera so it took a little time extra - needless to say, I did not mind at all. Thanks Man! I was also waiting on the inevitable screaming from the bouncers that I heard last time I was at MF Hooligans, but it did not come. Finally at around 12:20am a person comes up to me and says that they really have to get everybody out and could we please wrap it up (which is the way it should be). I told them sure and started to leave. On the way out I go over to Lennon one last time and say good-bye. I figured by now I was starting to bug her, so I put up my hand to wave, but she reached over and gave me a long hug (which will not be forgotten).

My thanks go out to Lennon for being so gracious to us and signing everything we presented to her and taking pictures with us. She is simply the Best!

Same goes for Circle Four and Sway. Tremendous Bands!



Xyon

 

FATAL SMILE




FATAL SMILE




: The Casbah, Johnson City
Aug 13, 2003

Hardcore Heavy Metal......
From Sweden...these guys have played together for seven years...


ROCK




Tuesday, July 15, 2003
 

BEHOLD...LENNON











I saw one hell of a performance by LENNON in Richmond, KY over the weekend. From soothing croons to screeching growls, Lennon Murphy's vocal range ( not to mention her talent ) defies limitations. This up and coming performer/songwriter is not to be missed! If she comes anywhere near your town, do not miss her! Her album 5:30 SATURDAY MORNING is just one gem after another. Of course my personal fave is PROPERTY OF GOATFUCKER...'nuff said! It makes for a nice shirt as well! My thanks to Lennon for signing my shirt/cd and for taking the time to talk some HARRY CHAPIN......"I AM!!!!!!"

- REX MUNDI -


 

SEVENDUST TOUR ANNOUNCED




SEVENDUST

The Closest dates to the Tri-Cites so far are the following:


August 26 - Blue Cats Knoxville
August 27 - Orange Peel Asheville

I will be at both shows.....and hopefully Ansley can get another show in the Johnson City area....

ROCK


 

GET LEI'D RAID comes to Sophisticated Otter



Unfortunately, I will be out of town and will miss this show. I had really wanted to see Agents of the Sun, but will have to catch them somewhere else or back at the Otter next go around...Should be a great show and only $5! Here is what my friend French had to say over at Ansley Roberts.

The Sophisticated Otter is proud to present the 2003 GET LEI'D RAID featuring DC/ Baltimore area's hottest band and DCide Records recording artists AGENTS OF THE SUN with special guests TRIBUS, live July 17 at 10:30 PM. This is a SPECIAL 18 AND UP show with a $5 cover charge...[READ ON]

Xyon


Monday, July 14, 2003
 

STEREOMUD


Stereomud has been released from there record label due to low record sales........the band has decided to take a break and work on other projects. This is very sad news.....I've seen these guys 4 times and loved everyshow. I hope this is a very short break and there back together soon KICKIN some ASS!!!! For what it's worth...I bought 2 copies of the last album.

ROCK

 

Tragically White


A show everyone should see.......
Check them out: Tragically White

Tom Bettini Bass (formerly with Jackyl)
Greg Yates Guitar & Vocals (recorded with David Allen Coe)
Alan Sammons Drums

Tour Dates:

July 18th - Poor Richards
Aug 2nd - Gatsby's
Aug 8th - Taps
Aug 9th - Taps

Thanks for the info.....Phil

Support Local Music!!!

ROCK!

 

CIRCLEFOUR REVIEW


The LENNON show was worth every mile through the horrid wasteland that is Kentucky. I'll have a review of her show soon. For now I just wanted to say a few words about the second opening act, CIRCLEFOUR. Their sound reminded me of a cross between a mellow DISTURBED and STAIND. Thematically, they fall more toward the STAIND comparison...lots of emotional subjects lyrically (at least as I remember it through the Amber Bock haze). CF has a free two song (No More and Consequences) demo for show attendees. I spun mine a couple of times today. I'm really digging the track No More. CF will be playing in our area soon, keep checking in for the date/venue.

...my thanks to Chris, Tony, Mike, and Josh for the demo and for signing my shirt! Keep the music alive!

- REX MUNDI -


 

ENDBRINGER RETURNS...


What's this? I'm gone for a week on vacation and when I come back, we've doubled our hits and added a new Team member. I'm sorry I missed so many shows, but hey, New Orleans and Pensacola were calling to me! The closest thing to a show I got to see (or rather heard) was the Blue Angels practicing before their big air show. The only problem was, they decided to practice @ 7 AM!!!!!!! WTF???? I need a concert now......



 

WEEKLY SCHEDULE



Monday July 14

Buzzcocks - Orange Peel


Tuesday July 15

Jurassic 5 , MC Super Natural - Blue Cats


Wednesday July 16

Spindle - Lake View Marina (Boone Lake) 7:00 pm


Thursday July 17

Agents of the Sun, Tribus - Sophisticated Otter
Inhuman Invasion Tour 2003 - Ground Zero
Limit Nine - Blue Cats
Sister Hazel - Sundown in the City (Knoxville)


Friday July 18

Downbleed, Galaxy - Rafters
The UA's, The Growth - The Hideway
Marc Broussard, Ego Gordo, Apt. 9 - The Otter
Bullrush, Drop Comix, Carlton Circle - Ground Zero
Stillborn, Antitrust and more - The Rambis (Johnson City)
Rob Russell and the Sore Losers - Border Wars Bristol (free)

Saturday July 19

Cold - Ziggy's
Tribus - Swapper's (2pm-5pm)
Monroe Brown - Shakers
Lucky Guns, Fire Parade - Hideaway
Soul Crate, Tamed by Chaos - Ground Zero

Heavy Music is the key to true Happiness & World Domination!!!

ROCK

 

Lennon Rocked Richmond, KY





Lennon put on a tremendous show Saturday night. The big suprise hit was the 1st band of the evening Sway. The second band, Circle Four did a great job as well. Circle Four has played Johnson City already (Sophisticated Otter) and they tell me they will be returning to the area in a couple of months. They will email me when the show is confirmed and it will be posted here.

Expect a full review of this Excursion Into Madness soon. Pictures were taken and as soon as I get them (and depending how they turned out) I will post them here with the review. Needless to say the shows was great and MF Hooligans is now off my shit list. The last time I was there I swore I would never go back (only Lennon was able to get me to return) but this time it was a totally different place at closing. I got to talk to, get pictures taken with, and a couple of nice hugs from Lennon. More to come - Stay Tuned.

There is another picture, which is the sign of the trip, posted over at Xyon's Rambles. This picture was for a sign at another small bar across the street from MF Hooligans. Just too funny - Holy Shit!

Xyon

Sunday, July 13, 2003
 

THE SUPERJOINT RITUAL SHOW...


The SUPERJOINT RITUAL show was another great success for ANSLEY. The place was packed by the time SJR started. Of course the whole floor became a giant mosh pit, but it wasn't as violently chaotic as I thought it would be. SJR also allowed stage diving and surfing. The hardcore fans definately got their money's worth. I'm not a huge SJR fan, but it was a sight to behold. My thanks to Hank III for signing my ticket stub. I missed openers OMEGA TRIBE...anyone have any thoughts? ONE30EDGE made their long awaited return with a great performance. FULL BLOWN CHAOS was okay...not really my thing though.

- REX MUNDI -


Friday, July 11, 2003
 

33 WEST & GRETCHEN




Great show last night.....Gretchen was great as always....33West put on one of the most energetic shows I've ever seen. The Harry Potter bedtime reading was funny as hell...makes you want to go buy all the books...I see a book idea (Harry Potter translated by 33 WEST). A special shout-out to 33 West for taking the time to sign a couple of autographs for me...and being added to the FEDSEX Party Journal....You Guys Rock!!! Until Next TIme...PEACE

ROCK

LINK : REX'S 33 WEST/GRETCHEN REVIEW


Thursday, July 10, 2003
 

TEAM ROCK JOINS THE RTB


SOUTH KNOX BUBBA, a bit of a 'celebrity' in the blogosphere, has inducted TEAM ROCK into the ever-growing ROCKY TOP BRIGADE. I'm not sure who nominated this blog...but thanks!

Here's some of what SKB had to say - "Team Rock is a great new group blog covering the local rock scene in the Tri-Cities and beyond. Bonus: there's a report on Goose Creek Symphony. I had no idea they were still around. Cool!"

THX SKB!

- REX MUNDI -


 


Tonight
July 10, 2003
Sophisicated Otter - Johnson City,TN.

Special guest - Gretchen opens for 33 West
Show Time: 10:00pm
Cost : $3.00 over 21 - $5.00 under

Should be a great show!!!!

rock



Tuesday, July 08, 2003
 

Lennon to play MF Hooligans This Weekend







Lennon will play MF Hooligans in Richmond, Kentucky Friday (7/11) and Saturday (7/12) night. Rex and I are heading up Saturday for the show. If you are still alive after the Superjoint Ritual show, friday night at DTR, then you should make the trip too!

Xyon

 

From this weeks Loafer.



Superjoint Ritual to play at Rafters



On July 22, Superjoint Ritual, featuring Philip Anselmo and Hank Williams III, Jimmy Bower, Kevin Bond and Joe Fazzio make history with the release of “A Lethal Dose of American Hatred” on Sanctuary Records. A tour has begun and comes to Johnson City and Rafters Friday, July 11...[read on]

 

COLLEGE NIGHT AT LAKEVIEW



SPINDLE ; a new local band will be playing at Lake View Marina on Boone Lake every Wednesday night at 7:00pm.

They play covers as well as mixing in orginals.

GO check these guys out!!!

SPINDLE IS:
Jonathan Minton (guitarist, vocals)
Andy Warrick (guitarist)
John O'Dell (bassist)
David Whaley (drummer)


SUPPORT LOCAL MUSIC!!!


ROCK

Monday, July 07, 2003
 

WHIP IT GOOD!


DTR's new FETISH NIGHT will be moving to Saturday nights as of this coming weekend. This will possibly draw a larger crowd as DTR will be offering live music in the blue room and 'Fetish Night' with DJ 'Lucious Apparatus' in the dance room on the same night. There was also a rumor of 'free beer' from 11pm to 1am...but that's not concrete. Check it out this Saturday...it's definately something different.

CAVEAT EMPTOR - TEAM ROCK IN NO WAY GUARANTEES THE SUCCESS OF/CROWD AT - FETISH NIGHT - DON'T COMPLAIN TO US IF IT SUCKS! THIS IS AN ANNOUNCEMENT, NOT AN ENDORSEMENT!

- REX MUNDI -


 

THE GOOSE HAS LANDED







July 10th: DOWN HOME, Johnson City, TN

Kick back, drink a couple of pitchers, and enjoy some good southern ROCK-n-ROLL by Goose Creek Symphony

ROCK



 

ANOTHER WEEK OF SHOWS




Wednesday July 9th - Slobberbone, Glossary (Hideaway, Johnson City)

Thursday July 10th - 33West, Gretchen (Otter, Johnson City)

Friday July 11th - Superjoint Ritual, One30Edge, Omega Tribe, possible Full Blown Choas (Rafters, Johnson City)

Saturday July 12th - Superjoint Ritual and more (Orange Peel, Asheville)


ROCK!!!


Friday, July 04, 2003
 

A FIRE INSIDE


In an age full of homongenized 'hardcore' and 'heavy' music, it's always refreshing to hear something different. When it's AFI, it's not only different, it's the best damn thing you're probably going to hear. AFI blurs the lines of every genre, while maintaining an urgent ferocity and undeniable talent. Their latest release 'Sing the Sorrow' is one of those 'perfect' albums...the kind that only comes along every few years. Call it emo-thrash-punkadelia...call it what you will, but no pigeon-holing description could ever do justice to their unique sound. Lay off the current nu-metal scream-a-thon and try some AFI...if it doesn't change your world, you don't deserve to live.

- REX MUNDI -

 

RA AT BLUE CATS, KNOXVILLE







RA

Tuesday July 22, 2003
9:00pm
$10.00
Special Guest : Presence & doubleDrive






doubleDrive



Thursday, July 03, 2003
 

GRETCHEN RETURNS TO JOHNSON CITY


Local greats GRETCHEN will be appearing at THE SOPHISTICATED OTTER on July 10th. They will have just come off of some dates in Ohio, so be sure to attend and welcome a great band home! Also appearing will be 33 WEST who have opened for such bands as The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Bad Religion, NOFX, Reel Big Fish, Good Charlotte, New Found Glory and more.

- REX MUNDI -

 

JULY 4TH PARTY







Poptart Monkeys

Time: 8:00pm
Cost : Free
Where: O'charleys parking Lot

These guys play everything from Snoop Dogg to Drowning Pool and have alot of great original stuff.....I would recommend there album to all!!!!!

rockTHEworld!!!!!!!!!!!!

rock

Wednesday, July 02, 2003
 

Help Us Welcome Our New Team Rock Member



Welcome Rex Mundi (of Damn Art Diary fame) as the newest member of Team Rock. Rex is a long time friend of mine and will be a tremendous asset to help keep YOU involved of local concerts and events. As soon as he gets set up - we will start hearing from him too. He also has a new extention of Team Rock planned and is hard at work to finalize his project that will soon premier. Help me welcome him to the Team! Now, all team members will be travelling down to Atlanta for Dragon Con .

Xyon

 

Join Team Rock at Dragon Con in Atlanta







Dragon Con 2003


For a look at a Dragon Con brochure - click HERE

Make sure you attend the TEAM ROCK private party!!!!!




 

Hardcore Shows......



July 28, 2003
Verizon Wireless Amp. - Charlotte, NC
Warped Tour 2003

Bands: Andrew W.K., The Used, S.T.U.N., Rancid, THE Ataris, Thrice
A.F.I., Bowling For Soup, Poison the Well, Glassjaw..and many more


August 22-24, 2003
Hickory Motor Speedway -Hickory, NC
Maximum Metal Fest 2003

22 KICK ASS BANDS:
Including: STILLBORN, Drill 187, Five l's, Shiver and more



August 24, 2003 Verizon Wireless Amp. Charlotte, NC





OZZFEST 2003


Tuesday, July 01, 2003
 

Poptart Monkeys Return on the 4th



This from the Loafer.

Ansley Roberts Promotions, Miller Lite, and 95.9 K-Rock are proud to announce the return of the Poptart Monkeys to free all-ages July 4th concert at O’Charleys. PTM is locally famous for their antic-filled, high-energy, no-rambling-before-song-introductions. Last year, records were smashed as Poptart drew over 5,000 fans... [Read on....]