Even in a berg like Jamestown this cat was snowed in on Friday night. I made it to the fish fry, which was excellent. But I had to cut my plans short to see Jon Wayne and the Pain at the Corner Bar.
Even though the weather terrorists keep me in due the great tsnowami of March 2011, my reports said at least 300 people crammed the joint to near capacity.
After nearly spinning out four times and using 20 minutes to drive what normally would take five after the fish fry, I was pretty comfortable to stay in. I also heard that cabs werenâ€™t running, which I was later told was a fib.
Anyways I am the one who missed the show and I am the one wanting to know how it went. Please sound off below.
I really dislike missing live music seeing how there isnâ€™t a whole lot of options in Jamestown. That will change for a night on Saturday.
I only caught the tail end of their set last night at the Corner Bar, which was surprisingly packed for a Sunday night.
First and foremast I am a man of sound, and whoever was running the boards last night did an excellent job. I even told him after the show.
The band was a funky mix of Peter Tosh and Sublime and it was an entertaining hour or so. Lets of bass guitar and way out there sounds made for an interesting show.
The whole group really had the audience in the palm of their collective hand and really got the crowd fired up as anyone watching the dancing could have told you.
If you missed the show you missed out. But no worries because the owner told me he definitely wants to bring the group back.
I will be out of town but this Sunday the lead singer will have a solo unplugged set at the Corner.
It was good to see some live music in Jamestown even if it was on a Sunday night. As last night proved bands can thrive in Jamestown, letâ€™s get some more.
We haven’t had any comments in a while so if you were in the crowd last night sound off and let me know what you thought of the show.