Yeah, you are saying this absolutely right that both Mark and Andrew are very dynamic together. You need to check bestessays
to complete their any kind of blog post. Their united performance is taking their bands to the new height. Mark Patterson is a very energetic person and I love to see their performance.
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He's my fave SV drummer since Heidorn.
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I think that so.
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Okeman wrote:I agree, the guy couldn't have had much time to practice, yet he just jumped right in without missing a beat, figuratively or literally. I really enjoyed his playing in Asheville.
Is it me or does Jay seem to play with cats that already know and love his music from memory?
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Going by what everyone has been saying about this tour, and from the live videos Son Volt has been posting on Facebook, I really hope Jay takes this lineup into the studio for a follow up album. They really seem to be killing it at the moment!
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+1. Mark Patterson has been terrific. A total pro.
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I agree, the guy couldn't have had much time to practice, yet he just jumped right in without missing a beat, figuratively or literally. I really enjoyed his playing in Asheville.
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Listening to that Bowery show at some volume, getting psyched for the Great A.erican Music Hall tomorrow! Mark is such a low key guy, but those are powerful drums he's brought to this band. He and Andrew are dynamite together!
Found this article (sorry if it's been posted before)
http://www.daytondailynews.com/entertai ... 8eoND6MzL/