WHITE NOISE: TOADIES & THE REV BRING ’90S DALLAS ON TOUR.
By Forrest Cook, June 15, 2021
Below are excerpts from Central Track’s “White Noise” that features Eleven Hundred Springs, Billy Law, and Chris J Norwood:
“Of course, not everything lasts forever like the Rev and the Toadies. In a post shared to Facebook by frontman Matt Hillyer last week, the North Texas country favorites Eleven Hundred Springs announced that they’ve decided to call things quits. Rest assured, Hillyer will continue to write, release and perform as a solo act for some time to come, but the band itself’s last show will arrive on November 26 at the Granada Theater.”
“Texicana member Chris Norwood, however, is much more focused on being himself these days. Case in point? The video for his new “I’m Am Not Cool” single.”
“It’s nice when there’s a path laid out before you sometime, no? To that end, it seems like, if you’re a member of the Ottoman Turks and you’ve got a solo project in the works, you can rest assured that Rolling Stone will be paying attention. Following in the footsteps of his bandmates Joshua Ray Walker and Nathan Mongol Wells, Turks bassist Billy Law became the latest member of the band to get some national attention via that iconic rag — in this case, earning an approving nod for his new “Voicemail” music video.”
Read the full “White Noise” article HERE.