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CeraHurce

November 15, 2010

Three words.. I love it!

Pat Predham

November 5, 2010

Sounds Great.....Good to see ya Todd.

Jenna

July 10, 2010

Saw you guys yesterday in the Community Village. You sounded great. I hope to see you playing again soon.

Zimmie

January 6, 2009

Scooter rocks!!!!

Cree Ingles

May 7, 2008

GREAT CD!! :))

Todd Silas

August 3, 2005

Mr. Craiggo was close, but for the record, here's the set list for 7-30-05:

Set I
Luna
Brightest Star
Just A Rose
Inland Empire
Thousand Children
Colors
Hearts of Stone
Danced Big
Atlas

Set II
Revolution
Turn Around
Grasslands
Homage / Cheapest Hope in Town
Firecracker
Arrhythmia
Hamjambo Mofo

It was also 93 degrees F

WILLIE NICHOLAS

January 24, 2008

Oh yea, new and old stuff, still playin, still workin for eye beam.....but not ever runnin for Mayor of anything....life is great 2008 tour. anyway check out my video section @ www.myspace.com/thegeazers

willie nicholas

January 24, 2008

COME ON OVER TO BOISE YOU GUYS, THE WEATHERS GREAT WILLIE

Steven L. Wolff

December 22, 2007

Happy Holidays Scott and the rest.

Hey Scott drop me an e-mail some time I lost your address. I have been working with some pretty cool virtual instruments this last year. Kinda of dorky but I like it :-) anyway I put together a couple of riffs here: http://www.riodelltimes.com/Nexus
currently I am back to school studying pre law so I can better fight the Neo Cons in court lol. Hope all is well. Keep up the great work!
Merry Christmas, Steve, Sharon, Richard, Marylynn, Shauna, Michael, and Craig.

Walt Raleigh

November 11, 2007

Great show at The Overtime Tavern Friday night. I took the liberty of writing down the set list. Here it is:

By the way, anyone got a light?

Dead Flowers
NY,NY
WWJD?
Steal My Kisses
Just a Rose
Slowdown
One After 909
Let It Ride
Luna
Homage>
Cheapest Hope In Town

2nd Set
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Hearts of Stone
Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Firecracker
Powderfinger
Take a Look At My Heart
Guitar Town
Good Morning Little School Girl
Memphsis In the Mean Time

3rd Set
Tangled Up In Blue
Inland Empire
A Thousand Children
Turn Around
Hamjambo

Matt Kendall

October 26, 2007

HI Steve, This is an old friend and yes my rearend is still howling, and yours?

Call me 310-999-6233

How is Dave and the family?

M@

Coach B

October 14, 2007

After an exciting win at Autzen, I was checking out the celebrations at many of downtown’s fine establishments when I stumbled past Luna and saw you guys were playing and decided to stop in to check you guys out. I was impressed. I want to get a copy of your CD. I think it could be helpful at times when practice is sagging. I hope you don’t mind but I stole the set list. I heard people will often post it for you on your website. So here it is:

Luna
WWJD?
Take a Look at My Heart (1st time played)
Million Dollar Kiss (new Todd song 1st time played)
Rollin’ in My Sweet Baby’s Arm
Brightest Star
Guitar Town
Memphis In the Meantime
Medicine Bow
Firecracker

2nd Set
Homage> Cheapest Hope
Just a Rose
Let It Ride
Inland Empire
Revolution in My Heart
A Thousand Children
‘Liz Reed
Powderfinger
Turn Around
What’s So Funny (‘Bout Peace, Love & Understanding)

Michael Baker

August 19, 2007

Hey, yo. got some pictures to send.

Nika

August 15, 2007

nice site. keep doing.

mrcraiggo

August 12, 2007

Set List from Luna 07/11/07

Acoustic Set:

Luna
Just a Rose
WWJD?
Inland Empire
Rollin' in the Grasslands
Firecracker
Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms
Memphis in the Meantime
Medicine Bow

Electric Set

Revolution of My Heart
Turn Around
Steal My Kisses
Hearts of Stone
Cheapest Hope in Town
Liz Reed
Thousand Children
Powder Finger
Let it Ride

Jamsona

August 10, 2007

Hello friends! i new on your forum!
see ya:))

John Zemek

July 5, 2007

are you available july 28TH; if so call John @ 337-7544

June 25, 2007

do you guys play anymore?

where are the shows???

Mark Hazzard

June 22, 2007

Hey, Its great to see a band that local with such a "HEART" Thats what keeps our culture true to its grass roots of freedom and the pursuit of fulfillment!

Ananda and Tim

June 17, 2007

How are our rocker buddies doing these daze? Looking forward to some SILAS gigs this summer.....keep on rockin and hope to see you soon.....
T&A

GENELEC

May 25, 2007

WELL I MUST SAY.
WE LISTENED TO THE LIVE TRACKS ON THIS SITE AND YOU BOYS SURE DO KNOW HOW TO PLAY. WE MAY JUST HAVE TO COME TO YOUR NEXT SHOW AND SEE THE EXCITMENT.
UNTIL THEN, KEEP IT REAL AND KEEP THOSE TUNES COMING!

cherry

May 14, 2007

Silas was fantastic at cozmic last night!!! Ya'll are a cute bunch of guys with MUCHO talent..can't wait for the next Silas show in town, I'll be there with my dancin shoes!

Denise

April 22, 2007

Loved you guys at the Landmark last Friday. Hope to see you all here in Yachats again.

mrcraiggo

March 28, 2007

Just a note for those unfortunate not to hear of the Silas show at Jaxx Wednesday night, it was a great set. Thankfully I heard about it. Those who missed it, here’s the set list:

Let It Ride
Cheapest Hope In Town
Luna
Thousand Children
Inland Empire
Turn Around
Revolution In My Heart

It was only a little over an hour long, but a great set. The Revolution was particularly hot. Thanks, once again, guys for some great music!

Casey

March 18, 2007

SILAS Rocks. You guys were great last night.

Jim M.

March 16, 2007

Can't wait to see you guys at McShanes Saturday night. I've only heard the album so I'm looking forward to the real deal.

Silas

March 1, 2007

It is nice to see a band name after me lol well i would like to hear your music well keep in thouch.. silas

Sean Worden

February 23, 2007

Happened upon a copy of the CD down here in the...uh...inland empire. One word: Awesome! I keep listening and keep coming up with a new favorite. Steve A.: write me when you get a chance.
An old HS bud.

Jeretyp

February 21, 2007

Wow, man! Cool site!
I'm Eugene, new here!
With best regards...

Grace

February 19, 2007

Loved the show at the Overtime Grill. Especially ejoyed the Bob Dylan cover and WWJD. You guys are as good as I was told you'd be. Keep rockin'

The Dude

February 12, 2007

Well, it was F#@$%*’great to F#@$%*’see you F#@$%*’guys play the f#@$ again after a too F#@$%*’long hiatus. And, as much as it f@#%*&’ sucked not to see you guys play, the F#@$%*’rest must have done you guys F#@$%*’good ‘cause you sounded F#@$%*’great Friday night at The Overtime Tavern! I stole your set list so I could F#@$%*’add it to your F#@$%*’great website!

F#@$ yeah!
The Dude

NY, NY
Luna
Dead Flowers
Just a Rose
Homage to the Cheapest (D)ope In Town
Turn Around
Same Old Way (It’s about time!!!!)
Rollin’ in My Sweet Baby’s Arms
Travelin’ Light
Statesboro Blues

2nd Set
Guitar Town
Tangled Up In Blue
WWJD?
One Way
1,000 Children
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Among the hotter songs played)
Heart of Stone
Memphis In the Meantime
Powder Finger
Firecracker

3rd Set
Let It Ride
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Inland Empire
Revolution in My Heart
Medicine Bow
What’s So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love & Understanding?

Russ Rodriguez

January 16, 2007

You guys rock! Keep the great music coming.

Conall

December 27, 2006

Todd, CD Sounds Great.
Long way from Tony's Garage

Mike Baker

November 18, 2006

Hey, Toddnick!
So great to see ya standing up there on the stage as soon as I clicked on the Web site- "The Man in White" Ha Ha! Love Ya, Bake

steve

October 24, 2006

Hello Scott and the rest of Silas Band.

A Thousand Children

That's my favorite go figure. I love the opening riff. Great music.

Best Regards. Steve :-)

Aceteleman

October 24, 2006

Finally got thru the whole CD bunch and I liked them all but LUNA and INLAND EMPIRE are my two favs. The feedback I've gotten from friends I've passed the site on to have overwhelmingly picked LUNA as their fav. So, now on to the live recordings, I love your version of 'IN MEMORY OF ELIZABETH REED' was always one of my favorite tunes anyway.

Lee

Lee (Aceteleman) Richards

October 23, 2006

Todd, Sean, Steve, Stephen and the other w guys that I don't know, Joey & Scott, I've got to say I'm impressed with your music. I haven't listened to everything yet but I will. I particularly like LUNA and MEDICINE BOW, but then I'm gonna reserve my opinion on which I like best until I've listen to everyhing on all the available sites. Keep on rockin' and I wish you all the success in the world.

Lee "Aceteleman' Richards

Jim Leske

October 23, 2006

Great Album !

Professor Farnsworth

October 22, 2006

Gentleman, as I was passing through Ashland Friday night and needed to bite to eat & perhaps a drink or two so I happened into the Jefferson State Pub. I wasn’t expecting to hear any music, but you guys were playing so I had no choice. Damn you young people with your damn loud music!! Damn you all!! However, after a song or two I realized you were good, or I mean not bad for a bunch young people. Anyway, I had a pleasantly nice time. I bought a CD to take with me and hopefully be able to see you again in my travels. Here is a list of the songs you played:

Cheapest Hope
Just a Rose
Steal My Kisses
Let It Ride
Rolling Over Grasslands
Luna
Firecracker
1,000 Children
WWJD?
Call Me the Breeze
-2nd Set-
Medicine Bow
Rolling in My Sweet Baby’s Arm
Memphis In the Meantime
Key to the Highway
Hearts of Stone
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Turn Around
Revolution in My Heart

Sincerely

Professor Farnsworth

Pogo Possum

October 22, 2006

I hoping you guys can help me. My cousin, Pago, was heading off to see you guys play at the Golden Bear Casino in Klamth yesterday and we haven't heard from him since. He was last seen around 11:30 -12:00 PM Saturday night near the junctions of Hwy 101 & 199 just north of Cresent City? Did anybody see him? Thanks
Pogo

mrcraiggo

October 13, 2006

Well guys, it was another killer show last night at Sam Bond’s Garage! They played a semi-acoustic show that really kicked ass. deadwood revival opened, and if you haven’t seen these two before, make sure you do soon; they're really good. Here’s their website www.deadwoodrevival.com . deadwood revival is Jason who plays banjo, guitar, harmonica, and sings and Kim who plays guitar, bass, and has an incredible voice. Anyway, back to Silas, the Cheapest Hope was probably one of the best versions I’ve heard and it was really nice to hear Medicine Bow. Kim helped w/ Rolling in my Sweet Bay’s Arms, which really added to the song. Maybe the next time they play together Jason can join them and they can do more songs Here’s the set list:

Luna
WWJD?
Just a Rose
Let It Ride
Rollin’ in the Grasslands
Cheapest Hope
Inland Empire
Medicine Bow
Revolution in My Heart
Rolling In My Sweet Baby’s Arms (w/Kim)

Boomhauer

September 29, 2006

* 'Yeah man, I tell ya what, man. That dang ol' Internet, man. You just go on there and point and click. Talk about W-W-dot-W-com. An' lotsa nekkid chicks on there, man. Click. Click. Click. Click. Click. It's real easy, man.'

September 14, 2006

http://www.putfile.com/dirtysilas

Rusty Shackelford

September 12, 2006

DALE: With the finest lotions, the softest tissues, and the most pleasing lighting design, the Port-a-Gribble will be a four-by-five-by-eight foot slice of paradise.

BILL: Finally, a vacation I can afford.

D. Gribble

September 10, 2006

Just wanted to say thanx to SILAS for the EC Set. You guys rocked!!!
Here's the setlist kids:

Cheapest Hope
Turn Around
Let it Ride
Luna
Grasslands
Inland Empire
WWJD?
Hamjambo Mofo
Just a Rose
Revolution in my Heart

Free Doh Ban Deet Oh

September 10, 2006

SILAS LIVE - FREE DOWNLOADS

http://www.putfile.com/dirtysilas/media

Stephanie K.

September 7, 2006

Looking forward to seeing SILAS at the Celebration this Saturday. I really like the CD ; )

Scott

August 28, 2006

Hey, Ananda - Todd's songs are WWWJD & 1000 Children are on there. Thanks for the site tip.
Neil Young site site
www.neilyoung.com/lwwtoday/index.html
Top 300 songs are here
www.neilyoung.com/lwwtoday/lwwsongspage.html

Sean Silas

August 28, 2006

Hi! I was just surfing and ran across your band! Pretty sweet! and I gotta get the CD.

Take care and many blessings to you and the band!

Cool name too! :)

Sean

Rosie

August 27, 2006

I have to say I was impressed. When the noise started downstairs last night, I thought I wasn’t going to get a dam thing done tonight. And, I was right. It wasn’t because I was bothered by the noise, no, I came down for a better listen and guys rocked me all night. I hadn’t partied like that since the 20’s. I looked at your set list & I wrote it down to post it for you guys. Please come back and play here again so I don’t have to wait another eighty yrs for some good partying.

White Eagle Saloon
08*26*06

Turn Around
Just a Rose
Homage to the Cheapest Hope
Inland Empire
Revolution in My Heart
Steal My Kisses
Let It Ride
A Thousand Children
Statesboro Blues
Firecracker
King of the Hill
Rolling In the Grassland
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Hamjambo

Lovingly,
Rosie

Ananda

August 23, 2006

This is off Neel Youngs site, Living with War...check itout..It would be great if you guys submitted a song like WWJD. Rock on brothers and Todd, I lost you email.....talk soon- peace, ananda

Do you have a protest or topical song available on the web? Send us a link for possible listing here.
Send your song link to: songs@lwwtoday.com

Adrianne

August 23, 2006

Got your CD the other day -- LOVE IT!! Any plans to tour in Northern California?

Chilly Sanchez

August 23, 2006

The NW Rest Area Tour was the best so far!
Keep on jammin and keep those bathroom bums on their toes!!

Chilly

August 12, 2006

Hey guys, what a great show in the park Friday night. With all the craziness of this pass week I needed a quick break and I thought I'd head out to Oregon to see your band. George & Dick are always talking about you guys at our morning briefings. They thought it was cool you’d written a song about them. They told me if I even saw the band to be sure to get a set list so I could add it to your website. So here it is:

Memphis in the Mean Time (sound check)
-1 Set-
Just a Rose
Homage to the Cheapest Hope in Town
Steal My Kisses
Let It Ride
Atlas
Revolution in My Heart
Statesboro Blues
Powder Finger
A Thousand Children

-2nd Set-
Firecracker
Luna
Tangled Up in Blue
WWJD?
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Inland Empire
Hamjambo

Guys it was a great show; I’m glad I left the chaos of the elections earlier this week to get out and let loose. But, alas, I must get back and prove that I’m the candidate who knows what’s best for the state of Connecticut. And, we know third candidates in election always allows for the best man to win. 2000 proved that. Anyway ....

Thanks
Joe

Kathleen Bosworth

August 10, 2006

I really enjoyed the interview on KLCC this morning. Todd, I don't know if you remember me but it is great to see your still playing. I really like the music.

Blue Water

August 2, 2006

See you atthe Hemp Fest. I sell hemp jewerly and will be working with new school products, with bumper stichers and stuff. Getting amped up.

Ima Silastine

July 30, 2006

Here's the set from the Downtown Lounge. SILAS appeared with Uncle Stumbles, another great Eugene band.

7/29/06

Revolution in my Heart
Just a Rose
Momage to the Cheapest Hope
Luna
Hearts of Stone
Let it Ride
WWJD?
Powderfinger
Firecracker
Inland Empire
Steal My Kisses
Hamjambo
Slow Down

Medicine Bow

July 28, 2006

can't stop thinkin'bout choo

wonderful song!
heard it on fresh tracks

Groundskeeper Willie

July 25, 2006

I'll ney forthget the time I thraveled w/ Silas...Yew were joost a wee bahnd theyn...But Willie ullways knew...
Yew lahd's 'ave made a bonnie good ray-cord.
('snif') Willie's awful prouwd.

Dean Dennis

July 21, 2006

I'm here and loving it thanks to Aunt Barb sending me your album. Congratulations!Todd, send me your email address. Georgie's been up to no good! We need to talk. Glad I'm not alone out here.

Cindy

July 20, 2006

Hey SILAS,

Congrats on getting four of your tunes onto KLCC's Fresh Tracks! How fun..... Listen up for: "Thousand Children", "Brightest star", "Medicine Bow" and "They danced big."

Dick

July 16, 2006

Hey guys,
Good to see you again; it’s been awhile. With the missiles flying this way and that I thought I’d never get out of DC, but with all that confusion I knew no one would miss me! Georege certainly wouldn’t!! But it was a great set, short, but great. Joe’s sounding good; it’s hard to believe he just started playin’ with you guys. But, hopefully, it won’t be as long till I see you again. Here’s the set list:

Revolution of the Heart
Just a Rose
Luna
Inland Empire
Homage to the Cheapest Hope in Town
1,000 Children
Firecracker
Happy Birthday to Chris
Hamjambo

Thanks guys,
Dick

PS – The CD sounds great!

iClubberP

July 8, 2006

I like it! Bookmarked!

mrcraiggo

July 5, 2006

I, too, would like to tell Stephen he’ll be missed. I remember what major leap forward Todd & Steve-o made when Stephen starting playing w/ them. The foundation of what became Silas started when Stephen joined the band. I remember the first time hearing him play was in the garage at the house on Tanney St. They were making an tape and Stephen broke out “Keep On Growing” and I was impressed. I quickly learned we shared a love in the early R&B Stones (you never did play “The Spider & the Fly” enough!) as well as Gram Parson. I knew he was an all right guy!
And, I think I can say from experience of seeing the band enough times over the years. From playing w/ Todd in my spare bedroom at the old Amazon apts., when he came over to my apartment, going on fifteen years ago, after he was crazy enough to hire me for a job at Creative Care, to Todd hooking up to play w/ Steve-o, and the various bands & players before the Flyen Sauces (wasn’t there someone named Willie in there somewhere?), John Palmer, all the various drummers (some were just mush) before the guys were lucky to find Sean, Scott joining somewhere along the way, all the shows at the Black Forest, both old & new, Stephen definitely added a major spark to solidify Todd & Steve-o and the music they were playing. Then Stephen got a new toy – the peddle steel guitar - which really added a whole new sound to the band. Stephen certainly was a major force of what became Silas.
Watching, and listening that Saturday at The Wetlands, knowing it was probably his last show with Silas, it was all too clear how good he is and what a loss it with be. But, in the same breath, I also know that Joe will be able to fill the sound nicely. Stephen and Chaonne, have fun in Philadelphia. It was good to know you guys. Stephen, I really will try & find my old friend Steve so you’ll have someone to jam with. Try to survive the humidity, go to the Philadelphia Folk Fest, the last weekend in August, at the Old Poole farm near Schwenksville, and remember “Go Flyers!”

meredith

June 21, 2006

Did Willie Nelson join Phish and then rename the band Silas? Todd, you've got that twang down!
Seriously though, awesome tunes. Makes me feel like selling veggie burritos so I can follow you guys around all summer... lol

mr craiggo

June 4, 2006

Well, another kickass last night! If you’re not showing up, you’re missing out! The only fault was the show was too short, but the other bands were definitely good also. It would be good to see Salt Lick on the bill in the future. Also, sadly this may have been Stephan’s last show. Hopefully he’ll be able to make another show or two before he leaves for greener (grayer?) pastures. Anyway, here’s the set list:
Luna
WWDJ?
Just a Rose
Homage to the Cheapest Hope
Inland Empire
Revolution In My Heart
Firecracker
Turn Around
1,000 Children
Hamjambo Mofo

Scott

June 2, 2006

Hey Steve. I think accordion and harmonica might sound well good together.

Steven L. Wolff

May 27, 2006

Hello Scott Dillinger and SILAS. Cool band and website. Hey can I join the band, I can play the mouth harp pretty darn good. Anyway we would love to see you if you make it down to Humboldt county.

Peace

Steven, Sharon, Marylynn, Richard, Shauna, Michael, and Craig

cindy

May 17, 2006

Hey guys!
See ya on Sat. night at Joe Feds. It's gonna be a great show with Jon Itkin opening. He's gonna have one of the guys from Whopner County All Stars sitting in with him.

Shannon Lam

April 27, 2006

This is the first time I've listened to Silas, and I'm already in love. I can't wait to buy the CD! Thanks to Rebecca for telling me about it!

Love ya, sis and Sean!!
Shannon

Jeff

April 23, 2006

Thanks Todd. Have you recorded Turn Around or Hamjambo? I loved both of those songs. The "organ" keyboard solo (pretty sure it was on Turn Around) was one of the great moments of the set...just superb! Hamjambo Mofo had an incredible groove that I didn't want to end.

Todd Silas

April 23, 2006

Earth Day Eugene 2006 Set List

Homage to the Cheapest Hope
Just a Rose
Inland Empire
Revolution in My Heart
A Thousand Children
Luna
WWJD?
Turn Around
Hamjambo Mofo

jeff

April 22, 2006

Could you please post the setlist from Earth Day, Eugene?

Jeff

April 22, 2006

Great show at Earth Day, Eugene.

Thoughtful songwriting...great musicianship...some truly transcendent performance moments.

SILAS is what music should feel like; an old friend, that never gets old.

I can't wait to see you guys again. Thanks for a great afternoon of music.

Kurt Jensen

April 22, 2006

hey, guys. I really enjoyed the performance today at the EWEB plaza. And I thought your dancer out front added a lot to the "feel" of the event. Seriously, though....great music for a beautiful afternoon. Thanks so much for making the world lovelier with music.

Kurt Jensen

crystlda

April 14, 2006

Enjoyed the earth rock music it has a soundthat transends generation gaps and cultural differences keep rockin.

Scott

April 12, 2006

Hey David -> Sweden. How did you find our site? I'm interested in how folks in other countries (or even other state) find our site.

Scott

April 12, 2006

Thanks AGAIN to Dana's Cheesecake for the slices after playing Saturday Market. I wish you had a web site we could link to for you. Maybe next year.

070 Licence to Mangle

April 12, 2006

Two wrongs don't make a right, but three rights make a left

David

April 11, 2006

Hope you all are doing well.
Nice website btw. and I love your music!

David, Sweden
http://www.vaga-le.se

Tom

April 8, 2006

Well guys, thanks for thinking of me this week during my difficulties. Honestly, I can’t believe all the hoopla. I was just trying to help to good people of my district – I swear! As was Jack; he really is a great American! But, because of your kind words, I decided to fly in quickly to catch your show at Saturday Market Saturday on the 8th. What a great show it was. It was great to let to let my “hair down” and relax! I’d like to see Dick do that – the bald-head freak!! Ha, ha, I’ll see him next week. He wants to go hunting. That should be a hoot! Anyway, I wrote your set list down & I’d like to share it will all the people who were and weren’t (you should have been) there. Hopefully I can get back to see you guys soon and hopefully you’ll play my favorite song – WWJD? I just wish I could have been included in the song!!!! Thanks

Homage to the Cheapest Hope in Town
Turn Around
Heart’s of Stone
NY, NY
Just a Rose
Luna
Brightest Star
Revolution of My Heart
Steal My Kisses
Dead Flowers
Inland Empire
Firecracker
1,000 Children
Hamjambo

JOHN FULLER & CAROL CANNELL FULLER

April 8, 2006

TODAY WE LISTENED TO YOU AT THE SATURDAY MARKET IN EUGENE. THANK YOU FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT IT WAS VERY NICE. TOM DELAY GOT WHAT HE DESERVED HOPEFUULY HE HAS LEARNED FROM HIS GREEDY MISS TAKES.PEACE BE WITH YOU FOLKS,

captain james t. kirk

April 6, 2006

KAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHNNNNNN!!!!

Ghengis Khan

April 5, 2006

I think a little drawing and quartering would be appropriate for Mr. Delay. Burn his financial portfolio in front of him while it's being done. A real Christian that Mr.Delay. Back in the days when I was riding with the cossacks we would have eliminated him for this spiritual hypocrisy. Yep, would have dragged him behind a horse for a few hundred miles or until he completely disintegrated.

Dick

March 25, 2006

Now that my rider's beeen leaked, bet it's better then yours. You guys should learn from this and make sure all your TV's are tuned to Fox!

Sam

March 5, 2006

I second that about the free tunes. I'm kickin' it while eating a Royale with Cheese and just diggin' the shit out of SILAS at this very moment.

Joe

February 25, 2006

I had a blast playing with the band at the Wetlands on the 22nd.
You guys ROCK!!
Let's do it again real soon!

Naive1

February 18, 2006

Thank you for your comments "Mr. Cheney." Try to refrain from using profanity on the site or your comments will be removed. We have discussed doing an cd called, "A Very Silas Christmas." Although not necessarily patriotic, it might be a compromise you would find acceptable. How about, "Have a Holly Jolly Wiretap." By golly, that would be a good Christmas song. Perhaps a cd with childrens songs. A hit song might be "The Karmic Wheels On the Bus Go Round and Round." The wheel might be heading your way.

Richard Cheney

February 18, 2006

You know guys, people think I'm secretive and stiff and all that, but I'm an old fan of americana and early rock and roll. In fact, I played with Bobby Vee's back up band in the late 50's. That band included a young Bobby Zimmerman on keys for a little while. So just for the record, I like SILAS' sound. The problem I have is with your naive worldview. We're a nation at WAR and you need to realize that. You think it's easy being in my position as the LEADER of the only remaining superpower. And Dennis, you think your pretty cute with that "big time puppeteer" shit on the song WWJD?. Well let me tell you something son, we're onto you guys and you better watch your step. Why don't you write some patriotic commercial material that could get played on CMT instead of this "Thousand Children" drivel. Might even get you out of this wussy socio political head space your in and turn SILAS into a band worthy of the AMERICANa label.

Elmer Cheney/Dick Fudd

February 13, 2006

Ssssshhhhhh.....
Be vewy quiet.....
we're hunting Quayle....
but we missed.....
ha ha ha ha ha

070 - Dash Riprock

February 13, 2006

I play a mean glockenspiel if you want to jam. I have a cell phone (optimistic)

P. Wolfowitz

February 13, 2006

Furthermore, rock is tired of living under the tyranny of a lawless dictator. We now know that paper and scissors used chemical weapons on their own rocks. That's why the U.S., as the world's one remaining superpower, must liberate rock and build a free democratic society with corporate capitalism as the cornerstone (ie: oil in the rocks). Hopefully the rest of the world will witness this process and can then get their rocks off too.

chango

February 11, 2006

Rock is alive, just moving so slowly that you can't see it. One day all the rocks will rise up and they are gonna be pissed off and go all Charles Bronson on your ass...paper , scissors , BEWARE!

070 Licence To Mangle

February 10, 2006

Rock Is Dead.
Long Live
Paper, Scissors.

Linda McCart

February 9, 2006

Hi Todnick

070 Licence To Mangle

February 7, 2006

The hambone != to the pie hole bone.

All thruths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
Galileo-

Bob

January 29, 2006

Anyone who missed Saturdays show at Luna, missed what had to be one of the best Silas shows yet. The guys played an acoustic show with Jeremiah sitting in playing a stand up bass allowing Stephen to play petal steel all-night. Scott played a piano; Todd played an acoustic guitar and only Steve-o and Sean playing “normally.” And, the results were incredible. Hopefully, the guys will do more shows in this nature in the future and again, if you weren’t there, you missed out. The show was taped however, so hopefully copies of the show will be available.
Here’s the list:

Just a Rose
What Would Jesus Do?
Luna
Hearts of Stone
Revolution of the Heart
Brightest Star
1,000 Children
Any Major Dude
Atlas
Inland Empire
Danced Big
Cheapest Hope in Town >
Hambojambo
-E-
Memphis in the Meantime

euripedes

January 27, 2006

it is said that the silas that is the true silas cannot be known, looked for, it cannot be seen... listened for, it cannot be heard... felt for, it cannot be touched...

K. C. Caine

January 26, 2006

Just got back from the far east and can't wait to see you guys in an intimate venue like Luna.

Kwai Chang

Jack A. Ramoff

January 12, 2006

Great show at Sam Bond's, especially after the "being-in-the-studio" cobwebs were dusted off.
Here's the setlist:

Luna
Brightest Star
WWJD?
Atlas
Just a Rose
Homage>
Cheapest Hope In Town
Inland Empire
Revolution of the Heart
1,000 Children
Turn Around
Firecracker
Hambojambo
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