The Giggs may be over on WBAR, but it will Gigg On Forever, in our hearts. Too Cheesy? Sorry, here are some nachos to go with the cheese of our last show. But really, it’s a bittersweet time for us here at The Giggs. If you reading this, thanks for being a part of the best college radio show of all time (in our minds).
It’s no secret I love fun. Actually, I adore fun. I love fun. so much that this past week I saw them in Salt Lake City, and then drove 13 hours to see them in Portland. And it was worth every minute. When I started to write this review, Sydne pointed out that I have a very unusual experience relating to fun.- I’ve seen them every step of the way as they’ve grown into a popular band. I’ve been at many memorable moments in the band’s history, and have seen them in 3 different states. The following review not only gives my opinion on the Most Nights tour, but takes you through the journey I’ve had watching fun. turn into a successful band.
1) No fun. puns. (ex. have FUN at the fun. concert!)
2) Although Nate Ruess (vocals), Jack Antonoff (guitar) and Andrew Dost (piano and various other instruments) are the face of the band, fun. has three other members who consistently tour with them: Will Noon (Drums), Nate Harold (Bass) and Emily Moore (keyboards, acoustic guitar).