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November 6th 2018

Brooklyn Bowl
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Apr 29 2005 @ Roxy Theather Atlanta, GA

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On Stage

Angelo C. Moore (v, sax, thr, per)
John Norwood Fisher (eb, b, v)
John Steward (d)
John McKnight (key, tb, eg, v)
Rocky George (eg)
Torrel Ruffin (eg)
Dre Gipson (key, v)
Dre Holmes (t, eg, g, v)


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5 reviews
Review by OLDBONE on Apr 30 2005 

Since the last time I saw the Bone in '88 (opening for the Chili Peppers), Ive never been around when they were playing. Just so happened that I was online yesterday and the Bone happened to be in ATL...Cool

In those almost 20 years since Ive seen them the CDs were always laying around and even my kids were into the music. So what the hell...time to take my 12 year old to he...


Review by Hooper_X on Apr 30 2005 

This is only the second time I've managed to catch the bone in ATL, but it was one hellacious ride. Everyone sounded great, the standard (by which I mean insane) fishbone energy was full in effect, too bad the crowd was mostly teeny-boppers and frat boys there to see Slightly Stoopid. Good set, good mix of classic stuff (Sunless Saturday, Party at Ground Zero, Ma & Pa, Freddie's Dead). Too bad ...


Review by Damn Yankee on May 02 2005 

Okay, so it has been mentioned that the crowd kind of sucked, but the band never stopped trying to get them into it. I actually felt a little bit bad for SS, because the fan base was not one you'd expect to see sticking with a group for more than a few months. I hope I am proven wrong on that one. But either way it was a great show, and even the presence of a Man U. fan (who was actually a cool cat) couldn't dampen the excitement of seeing the 'Bone! Furthermore, the chance that even one of those young teens was touched by the sound of unique music makes me glad that they were there.

The show was great, as always, but the set was abbreviated since they were opening, and a few things had to be improvised (it looked like Pastor Dre forgot his mute, and Angelo was using some kind of micro-soprano sax instead of the usual).

The set was a nice mix from the various albums, and you could tell the Fishbone fans by who could sing along. I was AMPED when the played "Servitude," since I hadn't heard that in a while.

The best part of the whole thing for me is that after the set, Angelo came out and spent time with the fans, including my wife who is a brand new recruit into the Fishbone soldiery. Angelo took the time to sign the shirt she bought, and drew an elaborate picture/logo on the back. He gave her a hug and kisses on the cheeks, and she was positively giddy afterwards. She already loves Fishbone, but the extra attention paid to her at this show and the last show we went to have made her a permanent member of the Familyhood.

We CAN'T WAIT to go see them in Birmingham on the 15th. Hopefully they aren't opening again, but even if they are we will be there to support them and buy merchandise. Fishbone soldiers soldier on!

And now that the photo is up, I know that I was the one who talked to Marcus about the show at Smith's Olde Bar. It's cool to see fans suporting both the websites and the shows!


Review by Marcus on May 02 2005 

My favorite group came to Atlanta last Friday. I missed them at Smith's Olde Bar and I was talking to someone Friday that was saying their show was smokin.' I really wish they had not opened Friday because they only played for about an hour. Also, the kids there that had not clue about Fishbone got on my nerves a bit. Their set was off the hook and Angelo's energy was as high as usual. Hearin...


Review by Babyhead on May 06 2005 

Yes sir! Fishbone was playing hard! The energy was high, on stage, but i'll agree with the rest of the soliders that the SS crowd stood confused. Who in the hell??? Shut up bitches and step aside we needs to skank and pit. This was the first show that i'd been to where Angelo didn't jump in the crowd. Can't blame him, most of those people would have stepped out the way. Not having the crowd behind...


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Fishbone & Roxy Theather

Fishbone played already at Roxy Theather 2 times.
>February 16, 1994 No photo has yet been submitted.No video has yet been linked.No review has yet been submitted.The setlist has not yet been submitted.No recording has yet been submitted.
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Fishbone is not scheduled to play Roxy Theather anytime soon.


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