Post by ribbitking17 on Nov 17, 2020 20:54:10 GMT -6
I'm sorry, where Mitch is at is beyond EVEN my knowledge. I don't have anything to back this up but I do have a lotttt of crystals in my bedroom right now and my gut is telling me that if there was a way for Mitch to communicate with us, which there isn't, that the pick would be part one of Dinotopia which is streaming for free with commercials on Amazon video right now.
Post by johnmenchaca on Nov 18, 2020 15:30:07 GMT -6
You posers weren't even at the Fugazi show in Peoria in 95.
But for real, most of this book is covering bands and venues before my time. It's mainly an 80s/90s book. Caustic Defiance was one of the earliest punk bands from the area, I believe they were an East Peoria band. Dollface, being my favorite Peoria band is covered too. I'm excited to read it as Peoria has always been a town of missed opportunity, the only bands that became something moved out of there, like Planes Mistaken for Stars or Minsk. There are so many great bands from Peoria that no one outside of Central Illinois ever got to know about because most bands didn't tour and/or Peoria (still is) skippable on any touring band's route, so the national exposure was limited.
Post by brain galacki on Mar 29, 2021 21:17:48 GMT -6
Today's old old record find...
One of the collections I picked up from a 64 year old man who's father passed away who was pretty active in the Central Illinois barbershop quartet scene at one point. He probably performed in the "Springfield Chorus" which is why there would be a star next to that one on the back.
This is barbershopping in PEORIA, so I'm putting it in the punks in Peoria thread.
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