itsbenhood said: I'll be going to ohio state in the fall, any chance you'll be in columbus at some point before next summer?
You know it, Ben! We plan on being on tour a LOT once Deliverance is out. We need to share it with you guys.
Anonymous said: 3 biggest inspirations for each category. Vocalists, Lyricists, Music style.
Let’s say for the new record since it has changed over time. Ok.
Stylistically:Honorable mention: Tom Petty
My Morning Jacket
sonicawareness said: Thanks for correcting the "Holy Cross" mistake.. that's what too much whiskey and way too much fun singing along will do to your memory. Speaking of, which song did you come down in the crowd to sing?
Haha. Absolutely! That what we love to hear.
And the song Joe sang in the audience was “Welcome to Pittsburgh”.
Anonymous said: Your music kept me sane throughout a terrible breakup and the most difficult time in my life. Thank you so much.
Thank you. Knowing that we could help someone through a difficult time, that’s what makes us love music so much. You’ve done the same for us. More than you could ever imagine.
Growing old never takes it’s toll until you’re losing track of all things you won’t have back again.
And there’s so many of them.”
David Wax Museum and River City Extension performed at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar on July 12, 2014. Videos, setlists, and photographs are below!
River City Extension
- Ballad of Oregon
- Point of Surrender
- Our New Intelligence
- South for the Winter
- Something Salty, Something Sweet
- (new song: “Worry” on old setlists or “Hold” on this setlist)
- Letter to Lainie
- Welcome to Pittsburgh
- If You Need Me Back in Brookyn
- Down Down Down
- Everything West of Home
David Wax Museum
Want to see the set list from the other night in Brooklyn? Here you go!
P.S. The “new song” is actually an old song. That was supposed to read as “HOLY”. As in, “holy moly, we’re about to play Holy Cross!”