The T-Shirts, The Cyril Lords, The Crown Jewels - Howard's Club H, 2/28/04
T-Shirts, The. “The T-Shirts, The Cyril Lords, The Crown Jewels - Howard's Club H, 2/28/04.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 18 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/37180. Accessed 15 May 2021.
|Title||The T-Shirts, The Cyril Lords, The Crown Jewels - Howard's Club H, 2/28/04|
|Description||Flier for The T-Shirts, The Cyril Lords, and The Crown Jewels at Howard's Club H, on February 28, 2004|
|Source||Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|The Cyril Lords|
|The Crown Jewels|
|McKeever, Walter "Black Mac"|
|Hirzel, Henry "Feezil"|
|Coverage||Howard's Club H|
|Abstract||"On the same day that over a million people in Taiwan formed a several-hundred mile long human chain to commemorate a 1947 anti-government uprising, BG supergroup The T-Shirts imploded on stage in front of a packed crowd at Howard's Club H. Although they weren't due to play their last show for another month, the band (Matt Truman, guitar/vox; Walter "Black Mac" McKeever, guitar/vox; Miguel Oria, bass/vox; Henry "Feezil" Hirzel, drums) called their two-year local music career quits early in a now legendary on-stage spat.|
At their best, The T-Shirts played an infectious blend of straight-ahead rock. But as one of the ever-informative informants at Toledowiki astutely observes: "Three frontmen and a drummer. A recipe for total disaster."
The Cyril Lords were a Detroit garage rock band in the Hentchmen and Gories mold.
Opening this show (and for their debut as a live act too) was psychedelic band The Crown Jewels."
(summary by Phil Dickinson)
|Is Part Of||Northwest Ohio Independent Culture Archive (NOICA)|
|Spatial Coverage||Bowling Green, Ohio|