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The Gaslight Anthem shows their age in Pittsburgh

The Gaslight Anthem shows their age in Pittsburgh

Postby PJK » Wed Sep 18, 2013 10:57 am

The Gaslight Anthem has entered a new phase in its career.
With four full-length albums under its belt, coupled with a large and growing fan base, The Gaslight Anthem can no longer be looked at as a heartland rock revivalist group. After their performance Thursday night at Mr. Small’s Theatre in Millvale, it is clear that they have started paving their own way.
Dressed in a Sun Records T-shirt and a jean jacket, lead singer Brian Fallon took the stage as an older and wiser musician than he did in years past. Succinct in his banter between songs, the band’s frontman was both nostalgic and a tad reserved. The crowd hung on his words, but he didn’t spout life lessons. He simply talked about the differences between playing music now and when he was young.

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Re: The Gaslight Anthem shows their age in Pittsburgh

Postby hsmall » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:59 pm

When I saw the title for this thread, I thought that it was going to be about how they were out of it. But its nice to hear how they are maturing as musicians.

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