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TGL to perform New Year's Eve at the Duck

Sunday, December 28, 2008

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Looking for New Year's Eve plans?

Join TGL at the Duck New Year's Eve.

This will be the bands last hometown show for several months, said bass player, Zach Stewart.

TGL is a four-member band -- John Sibbitt, vocals and guitar, Stewart, bass, Boyd Lewis, lead guitar and Will Cath, drums -- who have been jamming together since high school. Their first album, "Sweeter as Fiction," debuted Sept. 21.

The group is rumored to still book their own gigs, haul their gear and drive themselves around the country.

Stewart said the band's next stop is Florida in January 2009 for two to three weeks.

New Year's Eve at the Duck will be an all-ages event mostly geared towards a younger (middle school and high school) crowd. For the 21 year old and over group, there will be drink specials offered at the bar.

Two other Indiana bands, Winter Parke of Greencastle and Hysteria of Crown Point, will be rockin' out with TGL. The first band will take the stage at 10 p.m. with TGL performing at midnight.

There will be a $6 admission charge at the door.


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Middle School and High School? What kind of event is that at a Bar?

-- Posted by NeverChanges on Mon, Dec 29, 2008, at 6:34 AM

The Duck is hardly considered a "bar" anymore.

-- Posted by townielove on Mon, Dec 29, 2008, at 7:09 AM

My thoughts exactly NeverChanges....!

-- Posted by thistownsucks on Mon, Dec 29, 2008, at 8:33 AM

The Duck is considered as much of a "bar" as Applebee's. It's a restaurant with a tiny bar off to the side. The bar in most restaurants, like Olive Garden, is bigger.

-- Posted by MsBehaving on Mon, Dec 29, 2008, at 11:40 AM

I think it's awesome these guys get a chance to play their music for people of any age, what a welcome change!!! You go GUYS!!!

-- Posted by frankie07 on Mon, Dec 29, 2008, at 1:00 PM

You people will complain about anything. This article is to promote the band and where they are playing. You should be happy for them and there success. Oh yeah, if you don't like the Duck, THEN DON'T GO! Nobody will care if you don't show up. If you don't like the picture, DON'T LOOK AT IT!!!!

-- Posted by ZRXguy on Mon, Dec 29, 2008, at 9:33 PM

This band TRULY works very hard at promotion and all other aspects of their band. The pictures are professionally done by a photographer in Illinois who specializes in entertainment photography. TGL has played numerous events in town for the purpose of providing music and entertainment for listeners of all ages and have done many fundraisers. They are not going to be playing a regular schedule for the next several months while two of them return to school to get their degrees at DePauw.

Congratulations to TGL. I look forward to hearing them play in the future.

-- Posted by PHD=nocommonsense on Wed, Dec 31, 2008, at 8:12 AM


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