Plain White T’s
Plain White Ts frontman Tom Higgenson spent some time catching up with Damon and Gina backstage to talk about new music, and why he’s not scared of U2.
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The Plain White Ts kicked things off at this year’s All-Star Christmas, and they shared some insight on their biggest songs, weirdest fan presents and more backstage with Damon Scott.
Plain White Ts are getting ready to kick off the All-Star Christmas! Before they hit the stage they took the time to sit down with Damon Scott backstage to discuss their pick for the worst artist in the pop music world, what they’d be doing if they weren’t in a band and more.
The Plain White Ts performed at the Angry Bull Saloon in Hartford this afternoon before heading out to the All-Star Christmas! Check out photos from their performance right here!
“Sometimes adding to a song like that just takes away. What you really want to do is suck the listener in to only hear the story and the vocal,” Tim Lopez said.
In the clip which covers the dissolution of a longtime love relationship, singer/guitarist Tim Lopez takes on the song’s titular role, actually becoming “The Giving Tree,” thanks to extensive make-up that allows him to blend in with an actual tree.
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“Flings are cool, you just have to communicate,” Drop City Yacht Club’s THX advised. “Just be honest.”
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Plain White T’s “Rhythm Of Love” After singing of their love for Delilah, the boys of Plain White T’s are back with a new rhythm.