12 Apr 2015, 09:31 by pankamyk
7 Mar 2007, 01:32 by itslaurynYou know how it goes... Here are the shows I have been to..
Bands: Blue Druids, Downtrodden, Cast Aside the Fallen and Black Paper Diary @ Blue Parrot Cafe, Griffin, February 7 2003
Band: Speaking of Brad @ The Moose Lodge, Griffin, February 21 2003
Warped Tour 2003: AFI, Poison the Well, Rancid, Andrew Wk, Suicide Machines, Tsunami Bomb, The Ataris, Less Than Jake, andDropkick Murphys @ Hi Fi Buys Amphitheater, Atlanta, Georgia, July 23 2003
Headliner: The Betrayal @ The Loft, Griffin, September 19 2003
Opening Bands: Blue Druids, Bleeding Heart Minority
Bands: Instilled, Black Paper Diary, 1 shot 1 kill, Nor Am I, Bleeding Heart Minority @ Eagle's Way Church, Griffin, December 13 2003
Bands: Bleeding Heart Minority, Agnus Dei, Instilled, Sarah X, Nor Am I @ Eagle's Way Church, Griffin, February 20 2004
Headliner: AFI @ Tabernacle, Atlanta, February 28 2004
Opening Bands: Thursday, Coheed and Cambria
Bands: Emotron, Agnus Dei,The Veil, 1 shot 1 kill @ Eagle's Way Church, Griffin, March 26 2004
6 Oct 2006, 01:09 by SaltyTaroThere's a thin line between jazz and pop vocals, and at that line some good stuff can be found. I never intended to get much into this stuff, really, it just kind of happened. Back then I didn't even know that pop vocalists pretty much never write their own material.
When my naive young self wanted to start listening to jazz, Frank Sinatra came to mind for some reason, and I started there. He's an obvious one to start at if you're looking for a great voice, with plenty of classics that i won't even bother naming. Of his many greatest hits albums, I think "My Way" is the best. The rest of The Rat Pack is fine, of course, depending on whichever one is to your taste.
But moving more jazzwards from Sinatra backwards through time, you'll find the true kings and queens of pop vocals: Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, etc.
First up is Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, also affectionately called "pops". …