Posts Tagged ‘ The Leeves ’

CFBG’s Third Anniversary!

Feb 28th, 2012 | By
CFBG Third Anniversary

ShareTweetOne music venue in Greensboro is breaking traditions in the best way. This weekend, we salute the breaking mold. “A lot of venues only last a couple of years,” remarked Max Benbassat, owner of CFBG, Greensboro’s cherished record co-op/venue/chillest spot with wifi to drink a cold one within walking distance of UNCG. Max is absolutely
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The Flatiron: Mat Masterson’s Farewell Show

Feb 10th, 2012 | By
Photo by Chris Lubinski

ShareTweetI think I got into Friend House the summer of 2010. A friend (who has also left Greensboro for a bigger, ‘better’ city) had told me to check them out and try to get a show with them. That show never happened, but Friend House quickly became one of my favorite Greensboro bands. At the
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Glenwood Coffee & Books: The Leeves, The Queers, and more

Jan 27th, 2012 | By
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ShareTweetAs I write this, I’m worrying about the knee surgery I may potentially need in my 30s. I’m thinking about the guy that threw his arm around my neck and choked me.  I’m also wondering how many people grabbed onto my boobs last night. I think I lost track after the fifth boob-grab. I’m thinking about
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CFBG: DickWölf, The Leeves, & Big Attack

Jan 20th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetIf you know me, chances are you’ve heard me say it – The Leeves are my favorite band. They played this weekend, along with Jerrod Smith’s (of The Leeves) other band, DickWölf, and Big Attack, who are originally from Philadelphia but have been adopted by Greensboro. Big Attack! also played as Elvis Costello and the Attractions. Three
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Dogwood Brewery: The Leeves, Jack Carter & The Armory, and Crystal Bright & The Silver Hands

Dec 23rd, 2011 | By

ShareTweetAt 930 Glenwood Avenue is the Dogwood Brewery. It is a house whose residents create an array of home brewed beers ranging from dark to light brews. Also in his house is a large basement, which doubles as a performance space. The likes of James Marshall Owen and Matty Sheets and the Blockheads (check out
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