Plain White T's

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Terminal 5

610 W. 56th St.
New York, NY 10019

Category: Music Venues

Region: West 50s

There’s something enjoyably nostalgic about Plain White T’s’ music despite the fact that no one exactly “grew up listening to them.” Maybe the sing-into-your-hairbrush feel comes from the fact that Tom Higgenson formed the band while he was still in high school, or maybe it’s just the sugary innocence of “Hey There Delilah” informing the rest of the band’s output. Although their newest record replaces some of the Dashboard-meets-Death Cab ballads with more California pop, the childish imagination remains—to the relief of their millions of fans across the globe. With Never Shout Never.
Fri., Oct. 21, 7 p.m., 2011
 
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Hey There Delilah
Hey There Delilah

Rock artists commonly use it for it's flexibility and it's ability to be tweaked with effects. This guitar is also commonly used in concerts because its volume can be controlled depending on the speakers used, so it has no volume limit at all and it is the ideal instrument for concerts with large crowds

Hey There Delilah
Hey There Delilah

Rock artists commonly use it for it's flexibility and it's ability to be tweaked with effects. This guitar is also commonly used in concerts because its volume can be controlled depending on the speakers used, so it has no volume limit at all and it is the ideal instrument for concerts with large crowds

Hey There Delilah
Hey There Delilah

Rock artists commonly use it for it's flexibility and it's ability to be tweaked with effects. This guitar is also commonly used in concerts because its volume can be controlled depending on the speakers used, so it has no volume limit at all and it is the ideal instrument for concerts with large crowds

 
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