This site will work and look better in a browser that supports web standards, but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device.

Whedonesque - a community weblog about Joss Whedon
"Ripping its brain out is absolutely a good plan. I certainly dont have a better."
11975 members | you are not logged in | 04 June 2020


October 23 2007

Common Rotation Over Europe. Adam Busch's band has several dates scheduled for France and the United Kingdom in November.

November, 4 2007
Le Soleil de la Butte
32 Rue Muller,
Paris, France 75018
Cost : 10 euros
01 46 06 18 24

November, 7 2007
the electroacoustic club @
The Cross Kings
126 York Way
London, England N1 0AX
For Advance Tickets

November, 8 2007
The Willoughby
12 Augusta Pl
Leamington Spa England CV32 5EL
For Advance Tickets Email

November, 9 2007
Ashton Lane
Glasgow, Scotland G12
For Advance Tickets
+44 141 342 4966

Not to be a downer, but I have to admit that I don't really get the appeal of these guys. There are probably a dozen local bands here who, IMO, are way better (I've checked out a few of CoRo's live recordings, and - again IMO - these locals have a much better live sound,) but they'll be lucky to get booked outside the state, let alone outside the US; there's just too much competition at approximately the same level. Now, to be fair, this really isn't my favorite musical genre - but it's not my least favorite, either. (shrug) Oh, well, different strokes, and all that...
They are an excellent live band, and put on a very energetic, entertaining and harmonious show which is well worth seeing if you can get to a venue. They've done several mini-tours over here, and have a small but loyal UK following :)
If I could get a couple of days off work, I'd be travelling north or south to see them but unfortunately, this time, I can't do that, and I'm gutted.
I've been lucky enough to see Common Rotation live a number of times and I think they are really something special. They produce great music, beautiful harmonies, and interesting/funny lyrics, but I'll admit that I think of them less as a 'band' and more as minstrels, troubadours, balladeers, or a 'combo'.

This thread has been closed for new comments.

You need to log in to be able to post comments.
About membership.

joss speaks back home back home back home back home back home