Blind Pilot w/ Cotton Jones   The Pour House, Charleston, SC    Thurs, Feb 22

$11 advance/$13 day of   9pm     

If you watch this video and aren’t any bit interested in seeing these guys live, then you are not really a human being. Watching this video got me so excited to see Blind Pilot this Thursday as it’s evident that they are going to put on an amazing live show. The passion that is in both their first album Three Rounds And A Sound and their newest release We Are The Tide is going to be translated very well to the stage. It’s pretty great that we have a band like this playing in South Carolina so if you get a chance, you’ve definitely got to check it out.

I’m listening to the openers Cotton Jones right now and they seem pretty great too. A little more folky than Blind Pilot. Into it. After this tour, Blind Pilot are playing shows in Singapore, Bonnaroo, and they’re supporting The Shins. So yeah, check them out before they’re a huge deal.

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Written by Rupert Hudson

Yes, I was named after famous british polar bear Rupert. In fact, I was named after a cat that was named after that cartoon bear. This is exactly the reason why I’d have to say an orange cat is my spirit animal. Though, it’s kind of more like this cat is my spirit goddess. My spirit animal is a bit more like a grizzly duck, which is a grizzly bear with a duck’s beak. Two reasons: 1) When I wake up I am angry and grumble a lot, like a grizzly bear but once I wake up I am (usually) friendly and I quack a lot, and 2) I own a sweater with a grizzly bear on it and one with a duck on it. I am obviously obsessed with music and everything to do with music. I have been to over 80 concerts, I am in a band called One Two Skidoo, and I also co-host a radio show of that same name on WUSC. I was born in a country called London (I would say England, but you Americans seem to be set on the fact that England is only London). I was actually born in Brighton, England, but I don’t wanna confuse you too much so we’ll say I’m from London. I then moved to a super freezing area of Canada. You’re probably thinking “but all of Canada is super freezing!”. That’s not true. Well, kind of not true. I do that school thing at the University of South Carolina, and I write about music on this website, obviously. David Stringer is my hero.

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