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    • CommentAuthorPONZ
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2009 edited
    ok. just got off the phone with Ricky B and it is confirmed that we will be able to watch the show from the Pour House's website:

    i think 930-10pm start time and they will be doing a long show due to the other band catching an opening gig for toad the wet sprocket leaving the entire night to Yarn.
    • CommentAuthorMK
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2009
    Um, thank you for posting this!!!!
    Hey PONZ, sweet!

    Just saw they were playing the Charleston Pour House on Twitter and it rang a bell :)

    I'll be tuning in again... thanks!
    Man that was great! Thanks Yarn!

    Had it turned up on the home stereo today, quality wasnt bad at all!

    Hope all is ok with Andrew and thanks for an incite into whats coming on the new album..

    Oh and the fiddle player... haha that was cool. she did great!
    • CommentAuthorDawg Song
    • CommentTimeJun 30th 2009
    > Hope all is ok with Andrew

    Well, my first post, just found the site last week. I caught the Greenville, Columbia, and Atlanta shows
    this past weekend. Shows weren't well attended, but the band played great sets all nights and laid the groundwork
    in building a base. I met some new friends in Greenville (their first Yarn show)....you guessed it they decided
    to travel to Columbia and Atlanta for more.

    New songs are sounding great. "Abilene" was played all three nights and is fast becoming one of my fav songs.
    I'm really looking forward to the new album.

    Oh the boys ended Sunday nights show with a 2 song Neil Young cover. "One of These Days" . "Helpless" I think
    Blake told me they had played "One of these Days" on Thursday night for the first time. If you haven't seen them
    cover it on the Yarn Blog you need to.

    As for Andrew, all is well. I had chance to talk at length with him on Sunday. All is good with him, he simply needed
    to head back home to "take care of some business". Being in ATL and the airport made it easier.

    Jay was the only one not feeling up to par. A bout of food poisoning hit him, but like the trooper he is played a hellava
    show Friday night while fighting it off. By the next afternoon was back "100%".

    Glad to have the band down south. I have a feeling a roadtrip to NY will be in my future.
    Great info Dawg, thanks.

    ...and welcome to 5G, nice to have some Southern folks joining in and sure enough, come on up to NYC for a show.

    Nice that you meet some converts; it's gonna be a slow and steady rise in the crowds I'm sure.