Welcome to another edition of #TBT here at Autumn Peal!
I’d like to introduce you to my friend Brenton AKA Words of Owls. I met him at Cornerstone at their final festival where we saw each other at the Impact Stage with my other friends. He did spoken word (which I’d like it if he did that again) at the time which was really good.
Feel free to download his record for free at http://wordsofowls.bandcamp.com.
Also, check out his current Acoustic/sadcore project Poor at http://notreallypoor.bandcamp.com.
Here’s this week’s edition of #TBT.
This is husband/wife folk punk duo Destroy Nate Allen. They played a set at the Creation Station stage and got everybody singing and clapping along. Yes, you can hear me singing along in the background to their ode to cooking. Remember, you have to follow the recipe the first time that you do it!
Here’s a blast from 2012!
This set of pictures involves my musical friends Lauryn Peacock and Kevin Schlereth touring and playing a house show up in Crystal Lake. I thought it was awesome since I used to live about 20 minutes away from that town, so it was easy to get to, and I had a great time at this small acoustic setting.
Check out both artists!
Time for another #TBT video.
I can’t believe it’s been almost 5 years since the final Cornerstone. I still miss that festival. This is Hope for the Dying, who are a metal band from Southern Illinois. I met these guys back in 2009 and saw most of their sets back when they were on Strike First Records (Facedown’s developmental imprint).
Here’s a Throwback Thursday video!
I really miss Cornerstone. Here’s my friend Erik AKA Self Proclaimed Narcissist performing at the final Cornerstone ever back in 2012 with his song Surgical Extraction.
Check out his music at http://selfproclaimednarcissist.com
Here’s the throwback of the week dating back to 2012.
This was at the Final Cornerstone Festival down in Bushnell, Illinois. This chamber folk band known as Those Know-It-Alls & Their Mighty Causes busked alongside Doug Mains & The City Folk right outside the showers. All unplugged and ready to go, they were able to bless this small crowd who were ready for a folkin’ awesome good time.
They are named after a Welcome Wagon song.
Some of the members are past and present members of The Oh Hellos.
Check them out at http://thoseknowitalls.bandcamp.com