FEB 25: ANOTHER SF REVIEW
Here's one more SF review, although this one is kinda harsh.
It's from RollingStone.com.
Just goes to show the difference between going to a
show as a fan and going to a show as a rock critic.
(Thanks Matt and Ashley!)
FEB 23: SF REVIEWS AND PICS
Sonicnet has added this review of Friday's show in San Francisco.
They have also added a small gallery of photos from the show, located on their
Click the "More" link on the left frame to get to the Everclear pics.
FEB 22: STEVE BIRCH'S EXHIBIT
If you happen to be in Portland, Oregon in the next few weeks,
Steve Birch has put together a small exhibit of photographs taken
during the year that he toured with Everclear as their second
The photographs are on display at the American Museum of Snapshots,
located in downtown Portland on NW 6th near Everett, just north of the
Everett Station Lofts building.
No word on low long the photographs will be on display.
(Thanks Mike and Liz!)
FEB 21: FIRE RECORDS COMPILATION
Not exactly a new release, or anything major, but being that things are
so slow, it's probably worth a mention.
Atomic Pop is releasing a
US version of the 1998 Fire Records compilation I Wouldn't Piss on
It If It Was on Fire on Tuesday, February 29th.
The original release was a 37-track, double CD release - no word yet on
whether all of the original's tracks will appear on the new release.
FEB 21: SAN FRANCISCO SHOW
The show at Bottom of the Hill took place this past Friday. Ticket
scarity were mostly related to the show's association with
the Gavin Convention. "Industry people" ended up with most of the
As is common with "industry" shows like this, most of the audience
were actually there to see the openers - 8 Stops 7, Deckard, and Stir.
By several accounts, the club was far from full by the beginning of
Everclear debuted a new song, entitled "Now That It's Over" during
the show. The band hopes to make it the first single, hopefully due out
More info: San Francisco Chronicle Review
(Thanks Holly, David, and Melissa!)
FEB 1: NEW ALBUMS DELAYED
According to a story in the January 29th issue of Billboard
Everclear is presently going through renegotiations with
Capitol Records, which will delay the two albums due out this
The story quotes Art as saying that they're still receiving
the same royalty rate (the amount the band makes per album sold)
as they did when they first signed to Capitol in 1994.
Art said they're planning to continue working with Capitol.
(The band has four more records in their contract, which includes
the two this year.) But the negotiations will delay the first
album until late Spring / early Summer. The second record will
likely be delayed until the fall.
JAN 27: SAN FRAN SHOW INFO
Here are the details about the Feb. 18th show in San Francisco:
Everclear, 8 Stops 7, Deckard, and Stir will be playing
at Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco on Friday,
Feb. 18th, at 9:00 pm. It's an all ages show, tickets are $15
and they go on sale Feb. 4th at 10:00 am.
Tickets: 510-601-TWEB or online at TicketWeb.
More info: Bottom of the Hill