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[Recommended] Fang Island, High Noon Saloon, Nov. 11th, 8:30PM, win FREE TICKETS

Fang Island w/openers Delicate Steve and The Felix Culpa High Noon Saloon, Nov. 11th, 8:30PM, $12/$10, more info at trueendeavors.com.  Comment on this post to get a chance to win 2 free tickets to see this show! Based out of: Brooklyn, NY Musical Style: Indie Rock Newest album: They're self-titled album was released in February. So, if you're into the whole indie rock scene, you have to check out Fang Island.  They have a nice fun jam sound and are on the rise in the music scene.  Word on the street (a.k.a. Wikipedia) is that they got their name from an article in The Onion.  Pretty sweet.  Here is an awesome music  video of their song "Life Coach." Fang Island was founded in 2005 by 4 guys who were attending the Rhode Island School of Design.  Later, a couple of other people joined the band and they released their first independent album Day of the Great Leap in 2007 and they released their 2nd EP Sky Gardens in 2008. Musical Influences: Smashing Pumpkins, Weezer, Arcade Fire Other reasons to check them out
  1. They have a pretty unique sound and will put on a fabulous show.
  2. If you comment below, you can enter an opportunity to win 2 FREE TICKETS!  Have you heard of Fang Island?  Have any favorite songs?  What do you think of the video of the song "Life Coach" above?
  3. The High Noon Saloon is a cool place to check out on a Thursday night.


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11/08/2010 11:34AM
[Recommended] Fang Island, High Noon Saloon, Nov. 11th, 8:30PM, win FREE TICKETS!
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11/08/2010 12:44PM
Terry Hendricks
Like their influences, so I'm pretty sure I'll like them, too!
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Sounds interesting
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Sounds like a good show!
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They sound good, love to see them.
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