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Election decompression with Ian Moore

November 7, 2016

By Kathy Edwards McFarland

Dan’s Silverleaf, 103 Industrial, will be the place to watch the 2016 Presidential Election returns tomorrow night. (Yeah, we all have to be somewhere to see what happens, why not among friends?)

  • The good news is – Thursday, Nov. 10, at Dan’s, you can breathe a sigh of relief (one would hope) and take in some major sound with Ian Moore and The Lossy Coils!

“Hands-down one of the most dynamic, riveting stage performers you’ll ever see up close. Scathing guitar work, perfectly displayed, brought into the room with crystal clarity, then duly projected into your psyche without trepidation,” according to Dan Mojica, owner of Dan’s Silverleaf.

Doors open – 8:30pm. Band – 9pm. |$12ADV/$15DOS| Buy Tickets

Playing with Moore Thursday will be his full band: Matt Harris, Greg Beshers, Falcon Valdez, Branden Harper, Kyle Schneider, Kullen Fuchs, George Reiff, JJ Johnson, Chris Searles, Michael Villegas, Chris White, Bukka Allen and Chris Dye.

Editor’s Note: I remember seeing Moore in Abilene, back in the 1990s. He had sexy charm, ianmoore1but moreover stunning abilities. Unfortunately, his first go at stardom caused him a devastating downward turn, culminating with his suicide attempt in August, 1996. By the mid ’90s, Ian disappeared into obscurity.

Moore met band mate Matt Harris, musician and studio artist, in 2002, bonding over their mutual love of middle eastern psych and Marcella Hazanthe cookbook author who changed the way Americans cook Italian food. They began experimenting with form and function in Ian’s home studio. They worked there for the next two years, playing local shows as the ‘Holy Soltices’ and the ‘Echo sissy toll’, until forming the Lossy Coils in early 2005.

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