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I think this is pretty solid... with chunks of peanuts and corn!
why does this guy have to be on every one of their posters?
catchy phrase... not.
As a big BM fan, I found this interview fascinating: http://www.ink19.com/issues_F/99_10/ink_spots/005_blue_meridian.shtml
like the cars said, "let it brush your rock'n'roll hair."
the fellow in the poster would likely disagree w/ this sentiment.
hmm...ironic t shirt: check Converse: check janitor pants: check wristband: check scroatee: check 'cool' guitar: check emo hair: uh-oh...nope..bald. GAME OVER sorry...you lose.
Yous guys best watch what you say about BM. They might be the next Matchbox 20 or dare I say Hootie! Real fucking rock-n-roll.
all these bands exist in some neither world with no crossover into the regular world. Except Plain Jane Automobile which popped up on a Stainboy Supergrass poster....
if so, it is one of the best, most fully realized jokes ever. hey, is blue meridian on gigposters.com radio yet? if not, why!?! why god (aka clay)!?!
ok this has to be a joke on us all
i have no reason NOT to believe that.
i think this may be a photo of him wetting his pants after the rest of the band had a moment of clarity and ran off the stage.
i'm guessing an e chord came right before or right after. actually, that's too rock n' roll. g or c all the way. also, what is 'sing singing?'
wow - he is clearly a madman on stage. look at the intensity with which he slams that D chord. whew.
this poster just made my day. ALMOST as good as the pensive donovan lyman poster.
bloodletting?... I'm assuming an Acousti-concert is just a tarted up open stage then??
he's entered his pink period, after an extended blue perdiod.
Next up, cubism!
....and then show the dude holding an electric guitar?
why would someone make a poster for an invitation only show?
solo meridian sighting.
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