Thursday, October 21, 2010

September 24th, 1999: Daybreak, De Nada, the Thumbs @ CV house, Baltimore, MD

Rad little Baltimore basement show here. This house is on the other side of the block from where I currently live. After I scanned this flyer I walked the dogs over there to see if it would jog any memories but no such luck. I have no idea who lived there at the time of the show. My guess would be one of the Thumbs. I know it wasn't anyone in Daybreak or De Nada. I'd be stoked if there were basement shows in my neighborhood these days. The only other house I remember doing shows in Charles Village was Brody from Bridgewater's parents' house on the 200 block of E. 32nd St. I was living two blocks up the street on Guilford Ave when I saw a flyer for a show there with Torn Apart, Bridgewater, Christ, and Underneath in 1997. It was rad being able to skate two blocks downhill for a show. Anway, if anyone has any memories of the show above, or any other Charles Village house shows, please share.

7 comments:

Kara Mae said...

I have been trying to remember for years where this show was, now that I too live right around there..
this was one of the first times I remember being in charles village.
Anyway my memory is hazy about all of these shows unfortunately. I just remember the way the room looked, that it was fun, and the exotic charles village alleyway.

patrick vogel said...

is this the show where that stuffed thing
(animal?) got tossed around and there was styrofoam everywhere?

Celebrated Summer said...

This was in fact the show where a giant stuffed animal was thrown around and torn up during the Daybreak Stet. Also of note during our set I pinched a nerve in my back causing the upper flank of my right leg to go numb on the surface. As soon as we were finished I was freaking out about it in the back alley. Feeling in that part of my leg actually never came back after this night and even now as I type this, running my hand over that part of my leg, it just feels like it's asleep on the surface.

Gus said...

That Christ show was awesome. Really cool vibe too, with no lights but the candles

keeve said...

was it at bobby borte's place in charles village?

Mike Riley said...

Julie seems to remember it being Bobby's house as well.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, this was a fun show. That was Bobby's house - I lived right up the street at 29th and Calvert at the time.

Mike