This Week In Dallas Music History: The Polyphonic Spree is Born
|Tim DeLaughter and Mark Pirro about to go on a Polyponic Spree.|
So, for this edition of This Week In Dallas Music History, we reflect back 11 years, on the Zac Crain penned piece that would be the first words written about the band's look and sound.
"Everyone was wearing what appeared to be matching choir robes -- which made perfect sense, since the sound from the stage sounded as if it should be coming our of the stained-glass windows of a church more often than not," wrote Crain.
According to the piece, The Polyphonic Spree was huge, but it wasn't even half the size of its current incarnation. And, oddly enough, a lot of the crowd split before Bright Eyes and Grandaddy took the stage. But, whatever; The early aughts were weird times, man.
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