Everlit kicks back with The Fuze
On my recent trip to Philadelphia, PA for Rock Allegiance, brothers Ryan and Jordan Panfil of the band Everlit who have recently released their EP “Renovate” graciously offered to pick this southern girl up from the airport and show me the sights of Philly. They also confirmed to me that there are some southern gentlemen in the northeast.
They drove me down to South Street and showed me the legendary “Dobbs” music venue (which to everyone’s dismay has just recently closed since I was there) where acts such as Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Green Day, and Rage Against the Machine played pre-arena days. They took me to Ishkabibble’s for a REAL Philly cheesesteak and Cheese fries. We then went and checked out the eclectic “Tattoed Mom” with its graffiti covered walls with pop culture furnishings and sat down in old wing back chairs and tried to ‘one-up’ each other spinning toy tops on the tables. We then were allowed to go upstairs to a private room to do our interview amongst old bumper cars and pool tables.
After we got finished acting like elementary school kids there goofing off, we then trekked to “Lorenzo’s” for some “holy crap, slap yo’ momma’ good kick ass pizza”.
They then took me down to the “Rocky Stairs” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art where a vendor selling waters at the bottom played the theme song from Rocky on his kazoo while I climbed the stairs (no, I did not run up them as I had my carry-on suitcase and backpack in tow and did not feel like tripping and breaking my neck).
Unfortunately, all good things have to end and we temporarily parted ways until we caught up again the next day at Rock Allegiance. Awesome tour guides they were.
These guys are just EPIC cool… check out my interview with them and go download their EP “Renovate” on iTunes.
The Fuze Magazine
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