Long hair and short skirts, despondent and ruminating, uniform black and wildly exaggerated, the end result was a gratifying night of grit and emotion.
“Hymn” is the perfect example of how a Diane Coffee song goes, full of emotion, twists and turns, and, most of all, passion.
Everyone was beaming and smiling, and it was contagious, and it was just a completely unique experience.
One thing we’ve always tried to incorporate in our music is composition.
If you happen on a show with either of these two talented guys, stick around, you won’t be disappointed.
I doubted Diarrhea Planet’s ability to out-perform many other artists I’d seen live, including their opening acts, but after seeing their show, there is no way anyone else could outshine the Nashville sextet.
In true Richman style, each composition was played just for that night, just for that stage, and just for the audience there.
Their audience ate them up, and could have listened all night long.
This time around, the band are bringing to the stage a special acoustic performance.
The band channeled their anger and bitterness of this incident into their performance; turning a very negative into a very strong positive.