Posts Tagged ‘Twiddle’

  1. Twiddle Tackles The Left Coast with October Tour Dates

    August 15, 2016 by TreyAntipasta

    We are thrilled to announce Twiddle’s West Coast Fall Tour with Kitchen Dwellers.

    As far as tours go, this is the touriest. A lot of venues, room for a lot of notes, in places that even Twiddle had to look up on a map.


    Technically St. Louis isn’t ‘west’, it’s more Midwest, but we will let that slide this time. Two nights for the wooks in Denver, then I guess Durango, where the band embarks on SIX nights in a row of shows, meaning at the show in Missoula on October 9th may resurrect the rarely played ‘Ryan takes a nap.’ Then its Spokompton where if they know what’s best for them, they’ll sleep anywhere else followed by Seattle, Portland and Eugene, aka, the ‘new Portland’ since everyone from the East Coast has already ruined Portland.

    Of course, Twiddle is playing Los Angeles. Home to many great bands such as Ozomatli, Hole, Maroon 5, L7 and Dokken, instead of playing somewhere conveinent, they’re playing in downtown L.A. At least it’s not K-town for Umphrey’s, but then again, Mihali can’t play as many notes as Jake. The tour wraps up in Hangtown, completely ignoring San Diego, San Francisco, Oakland, Fresno, Bakersfield, San Rafael, Eureka and the other hotbed music scenes found across the Golden State.

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  2. Watch An Emotional and Heartfelt Jam Cruise Performance From L4LM Founder Kunj Shah

    January 13, 2016 by RobertPalmerPlore

    With what appears to be a Lemmy (formerly known as jack and coke) in his hand, Live For Live Music founder Kunj Shah gave an emotional performance of his own theme song during the most recent incarnation of Jam Cruise.

    Wearing an afro wig in what appears to be an effort to look a little bit taller; the highly successful blogger who has been featured on such websites as Huff Post teamed up with the ivory tickle from Twiddle for the heartfelt performance. While some of the lyrics are slurred together sounding like late 1990’s Pantera, we do get a spelling lesson along with a vocal jam similar to one any librarian would make if you were being too loud in the library.

    While we wait for the pro-shot footage to emerge, enjoy the fan shot footage of the performance down below. While rumors of a late night Bonnaroo performance have been running rampant, as of press time there are no confirmed future performances from the team of Dempsey-Shah.