Goodnight, Texas (AUD) (Support for The Brothers Comatose) The Crown Room Crystal Bay Club Crystal Bay, NV 11-OCT-2019
Recorded By: RasBobre https://www.facebook.com/rasbobrerecordings/ https://archive.org/details/@rasbobre
Mic Location: Rafter Mounted 12 Feet Off Stage/12 Feet High, Center Source: AKG C2000B > Zoom Handy H6 > Audacity
FOH: Charles Twilling Monitors: Sean "Chango" O'Brien
**24bit, not intended for CD Burning** * A Devildogs Production Show *
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About Goodnight, Texas;
Conventional wisdom says the two frontmen of a band shouldn’t live on opposite sides of the United States, but that's never seemed to deter Avi Vinocur and Patrick Dyer Wolf.
Goodnight, Texas is a band whose strength lies in unexpected sweet spots. Drawing their name from Pat and Avi’s onetime geographic midpoint (the real town of Goodnight in the State of Texas, a tiny hamlet east of Amarillo directly betwixt San Francisco, CA and Chapel Hill, NC), the four-piece (Pat and Avi with Adam Nash and Scott Griffin Padden) also exists at the center of its songwriters’ contrasting styles — via a 1913 Gibson A mandolin and a 2015 Danelectro, at the crossroads of folk and blues and rock ‘n’ roll, in a place where dry wit and dark truths meet hope and utmost sincerity.
The band’s new EP “The Senseless Age” (out 7/19/19 on 2 Cent Bank Check Records) features five songs that don’t resemble one another: tastes of every facet of the band’s sound over their seven year career.
Goodnight, Texas got a post office in 1888. Some time later, Patrick Dyer Wolf and Avi Vinocur came across each other out in San Francisco and took to learning each other's melodies. Young Avi came from people with deep roots in the skinny part of Maryland. Young Patrick was out west to seek thrills but after a year or two he went east to find fortune and love in the Carolinas. Before he left, they put some songs to tape, and kept in touch.
They met again on the east coast and then the west coast, picking up steam and band members. They played in earnest. "A Long Life of Living" is the product of their travels, their whispers and roars, their sounds made with steel and wood, and the echo of our country's past and the town of Goodnight, exactly halfway between their current residences (if you take I-40.)
Goodnight, Texas is;
Avi Vinocur - Avi is ok Patrick Dyer Wolf - Pat is cool Scott Griffin Padden - n/a Adam Nash - He could model probably
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