Saturday, May 17, 2008

The Bravery @ The Webster 4/15/08

Sorry about the delay...what can I say? I'm lazy I guess. I can come up with excuses if you'd like (i.e. grad school, internship to name a few), but I'm sure no one really cares all that much. Anyway, The Bravery show was fantastic, and sicne I made friends with the lesbian bartender (so hot by the way), I was completely shitfaced and don't remember getting home (thanks Schaeffer!), but still a phenomenal show. The Bravery was slated to go on at 9pm, however it was more like 10:30-11 when they finally came on, leaving some extra time for their openers Your Vegas and Fiction Plane (Sting's son's band, FYI), neither of which were bad, in fact they were both pretty decent, however as my level of inebriation grew, my tolerance of bands whose songs I had never heard before started to wear a little thin. Anyway, the pictures I took (about fifty), were all pretty decent since the Webster is fairly small (probbaly can fit about 1500-2000 heads, it used to be a movie theatre), and Scaheffer even managed to ctach the guitar pick Sam Endicott tossed into the audience at the end of the show. All in all, if you have the opportunity to go see The Bravery anytime soon, I would highly recommend that you do so.

The Bravery - Believe
The Bravery - Bad Sun
The Bravery - An Honest Mistake
The Bravery - Swollen Summer
The Bravery - No Brakes
The Bravery - The Ocean

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