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Our good freinds, God's Joke have been added today to our concert at TREES on Friday November 5th with Air Review and Radiant. We are incredibly excited as we know this is going to be one of the best Dallas shows of the season!
Buy your Tickets now at : treesdallas.com
Ok who's going to Art Con 6 this Saturday? Scott Tucker himself will be auctioning off a piece or two as well as 150 other artist! Last year Scott, Nick and myself went and had a radical time! Be there or be square!
Hey everyone,we just want to intive you all out to a very special concert THE ORANGE will be part of at TREES in Downtown Dallas on November 5th. Tickets will be on sale at the door for $10 the night of the concert or you can visit http://www.treesdallas.com/ to purchase them in advance. We will be debuting a couple of new songs as well as new merchandise. The other bands on the bill, Air Review and Radiant are some of the best in Texas. See you at the show!
Thanks to everyone who came out to see us at The Cavern a couple of weeks ago! The pictures by Cat Gorsky came out pretty sweet. God's Joke and The Cocky Americans were awesome too. The show was reveiwed on Pegasus News. Here is what they had to say:
DALLAS — The atmosphere was chill and the crowd large on Friday night at The Cavern on Greenville Avenue, where God's Joke, The Orange, and Cocky Americans performed. The Orange took the stage and brought the crowd to their feet. The Orange went off on many awesome instrumental tangents, and they gave us a night of guitar distortion mixed with dance beats. They sound a bit like The Arctic Monkeys. The best part was lead guitarist Michael Scroggins's impressive solos, which tied each song together. Front man/guitarist Scott Tucker got the crowd involved by doing a short clap-along. Our favorite was their catchy song “Nip Tuck,” which got the crowd dancing and singing.