"It's OK to call a guy a bitch." Those were the words of wisdom from Local H's singer-guitarist, Scott Lucas. Throughout the night of April 22, he shouted many silly phrases at the audience at The Khyber. In between a few songs he would quote Chappelle's Show by using the lines, "Turn my headphones up bitch.
In my senior year in high school, I fell in love with Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises. The story was all too wildly romantic: ex-patriots running around France and Spain, drinking and smoking their worries away in reaction to the war that had just raged around them.
Despite the confusing appearance of the site's title and URL, the site is a piano chord and scale finder. By quickly exploring the site, one can easily tell that Colm MacCarthaigh, the site's creator, intended the site to benefit people with varying degrees of piano-playing ability.
Imagine that it's the year 1987. Everyone's doing the Safety Dance, the turquoise headband is an acceptable form of fashion and America loves Steve Guttenberg. Most importantly, the movie Big won't be released for another year - that's the only possible reason why movies like 13 Going on 30 are still being made.
A pummel to the drums and a fast strum on the guitar, and this crowd is roaring in excitement. Grooving along to the sweetest tunes alongside of some newly made acquaintances, faces are filled with delight. As the lead singer's gleam catches your eye, there is no doubt that this band is just as fired up as its anxious crowd. Are we at the sauciest rock concert in Philadelphia?