It's been a full six months since Swivel and Blush last played together. Simply billed as the July 3 Show, it was the last of several set up by the kids in the bands and their friends at the Bishop Arts District's Oak Cliff Coffee House. With vocals sent out over the guitar amps in lieu of a PA system, and a diverse and devoted group of friends as audience, both acts put on their best performances to date. The audience assembled wasn't the Shiner Bock-swilling late-twentysomething and suburban teenage crowd of The Dallas Rock Show, but 70 or so of the neighborhood kids, old friends from schools and shows, families and grown-up friends of the band members, and others who -- while everyone didn't exactly know how they knew them -- were fast becoming regulars in this... More >>>
The members of Swivel would rather create their own place to play than perform in Deep Ellum's clubs.