Tag Archive: midnight pine

HOW THE WHISTLE STOP GOT FLIM-FLAMMED

How the Whistle Stop Got Flim-Flammed

Featuring a scattering of some of San Diego’s finest songwriters from bands like Transfer, River City, Midnight Pine, and Trailduster, the Flim Flam Review is a once-a-month, no-holds-barred, good time, old fashioned hootenanny.

SAN DIEGO MUSIC SCENE SHARES ITS FAVORITE CASBAH MEMORIES

Casbah 25

What do you get when you ask nine musicians and one 94.9 DJ to recall their favorite shows, first time shows, and best times at The Casbah? We bring the month-long 25th Anniversary to a close with their personal/ odd/ unique/ blurry and funny as shit answers.

SAN DIEGO MUSIC AWARDS 2013 NOMINEES SPEAK OUT – PART TWO

San Diego Music Awards 2013

San Diego Music Awards nominees spill about what the award means to them, where the party is at, what music needs to be playing when they make that acceptance speech, and a few other gems about what to expect October 9th. Featuring the Heavy Guilt, Black Market III, the Midnight Pine, Blackout Party, Lexington Field, the NFormals, and Ed Ghost Tucker.

THE MIDNIGHT PINE – AWAKE NOW – ALBUM REVIEW

Midnight Pine

The Midnight Pine’s album, Awake Now, takes the lyrics from Al Howard (The Heavy Guilt, The Black Sands) and uses them to create a sparse backdrop for the ethereal musings of lead singer Shelbi Bennett. Bennett’s soft spoken vocals are sensual and innocent, drifting through generations of sounds with absolutely no shtick or pretension. Although only 21 years old, Bennett’s voice carries a timeless quality in its delivery and performance that reaches into distinctive eras and captivates the ear upon first listen.

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