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"It's all about paying dues," he adds. "Everything is about paying dues. You just can't show up and be like, 'Oh, I'm here.' To be a champion, you must fight one last round. I think some cats just give up way too quick. People just want to be on top of the world right away without trying to give their two cents back or even trying to really build the community or throw their own nights."
Word is bond.
Upbeats and beatdowns:This weekend, Rose Hill Drive headlines two nights at the Fox Theatre. On Friday, April 8, the act shares the stage with the Swayback and Hot Like (a) Robot, and on Saturday, April 9, Facing New York and Rana open a show that will also feature Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), who is slated to sit in with Rose Hill.
Also on Friday, April 8, Bright Channel, Mandarin and Fifth Utility drop off the hi-dive; Softwolf, Out on Bail, Bambi Lee Savage and Red Cloud hover at the 15th Street Tavern; the Autumn Effect joins Aubrey Collins at the Hard Rock Cafe; Mustangs and Madras, Cost of Living and Signal to Noise get dialed in at the Larimer Lounge; Greenfield, John Common and the Last Seen look up at the Bluebird Theater; Red Line Defiance, More Than Medium, Step Short and Rubber Planet bounce over to Herman's Hideaway; and Valio Mierda, Under the Drone and Ion electrify the Cherry Pit. Finally, on Saturday, April 9, Sideline, I-October, Pacify, Stich and Ransome take over the Ogden Theatre; Rexway and Diesel Man fill up at the Marquis Theater; and Scarlet Haze, 802, Silence the Satellites and Savage Henry stop by Herman's.
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