Archive for the 'The Big To-Do' Category

State Of The Hood…

This was posted on the DBT Facebook page : Greetings and Thanks from Patterson / DBT Y’ALL: First I want to Thank everyone for the amazing tour we just had and the one before that etc. Thanks to everyone who came out and Rocked with us. The majority of the shows were SOLD OUT and nearly […]

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They Never Would Stop And They Never Surrendered

Posted by Mark Lynn on January 2nd, 2011 filed in DBT, The Big To-Do

Thanks to our very own Maluca3 for this video from the epic New Year’s Eve show.

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Terminal 5 Destroyed By The Final To-Do,Lookout Philly…

Posted by Mark Lynn on January 1st, 2011 filed in DBT, The Big To-Do

Set 1:The Living Bubba,Women Without Whiskey,Santa Fe,Birthday Boy,The Deeper In,One Of These Days,The Fourth Night Of My Drinking,Where The Devil Don’t Stay,Drag The Lake Charlie,Gravity’s Gone,Dead, Drunk & Naked,Guitar Man,Lookout Mountain,The Flying Wallendas (wBindlestiff Family Cirkus) Set 2:Bulldozers And Dirt,A Ghost To Most,Hell No I Ain’t Happy,Happy New Year!!!,Let There Be Rock,Dancin’ Ricky,Respect Yourself,I’ll Take […]

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Last Rock Show Of 2010 To Broadcast On The Radio…

Posted by Mark Lynn on December 13th, 2010 filed in DBT, The Big To-Do

If you are geographically challenged or just plain old can’t make it to New York City for the final Rock Show of 2010 I’d like to take this opportunity to quote Robert Plant:Well I’ve got some good news. DBT’s New Year’s Eve show from Terminal 5 will be broadcast live as it happens on Sirius […]

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Imagine Winning 4 VIP Tickets To See DBT on New Year’s Eve…

Posted by Mark Lynn on December 9th, 2010 filed in DBT, The Big To-Do

Join Bowery Presents and DBT in supporting WhyHunger and their work to help hungry children through their “Imagine There’s No Hunger” Hungerthon campaign. Bid on 4 VIP tickets to see The New Year’s Eve rock show featuring DBT along with special guests including a horn section,David Hood,Kelly Hogan,and the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. New Year’s Eve […]

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Truckers Back Out On The Road Today…

Posted by Mark Lynn on September 17th, 2010 filed in DBT, Patterson Hood, The Big To-Do

The Big To-Do version of the Rock Show returns to the road today with a show at Minglewood Music Hall in Memphis. While there wasn’t anything written about GG Allin in yesterday’s Memphis Flyer there was a cool little article featuring a short interview with Patterson. Yesterday also saw an update from Patterson with word […]

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Webisode 11:The Daddy Of Them All…

Posted by Mark Lynn on July 28th, 2010 filed in DBT, The Big To-Do, Webisodes”>YouTube

Out on the YouTube today are Eyes Like Glue and Daddy Learned To Fly paired together in the 11th and final webisode from The Big To-Do. Linking the beginning and ending of the record together while tying The Big To-Do up thematically they saved the best webisode for last. You can watch all of the […]

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Old Men Can Say They Saw Us Rain When We Were Young…

Posted by Mark Lynn on July 16th, 2010 filed in DBT, just thinking happy thoughts and breathing deep, The Big To-Do

Who knows how many times DBT will play Birthday Boy this year or how many times they’ve already played it? This version is about as in the pocket as it gets. Click here to watch an exclusive performance on And if you are really interested in the question above head over to One Of […]

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Webisode 9:The Flying Wallendas…

Posted by Mark Lynn on July 7th, 2010 filed in DBT, The Big To-Do, Webisodes”>

With the greatest of ease,webisode 9:The Flying Wallendas hit the You Tube today. A song about a family of acrobats as well as a metaphor for life in a traveling band,The Flying Wallendas is another one of Patterson’s great cinematic movie songs like The Monument Valley. Webisode 9 is more centered on the song and […]

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Webisode 6:After The Scene Dies…

Posted by Mark Lynn on June 9th, 2010 filed in DBT, The Big To-Do, Webisodes

Webisode 6 featuring After The Scene Dies is out today. Athens GA makes a cameo and there is also brief scene from outside of The Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville where like the rest of the webisodes a majority of the footage was shot. I like way Patterson turns muted shade into a pejorative. Damn,did I […]

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