BOBBLE TIKI: LOVES HIM SOME DOXOLOGY >>>
Bobble Tiki has a confession: the truth about a side of Bobble Tiki that often embarrasses him just a little.
Bobble Tiki has a definite sweet tooth for uber-produced, catchy as hell, beautiful people endorsed, crazy hooded sweatshirt with crazy dragon pattern wearing, KISS 106.1 ready pop rock.
It's true. Sometimes, when Bobble Tiki is stuck in traffic, or swaying to and fro on the treadmill listening to his Ipod (Bobble Tiki has no legs, remember), he's not really listening to the latest indie sheik band or tuned into one of the few remaining respected FM frequencies.
Nope, he's digging on the pop rock- and especially pop rock like that of Doxology, who will play Jazzbones tonight, Friday, Feb. 6.
If you too are a fan of ear friendly, new school pop rock, Doxology may have already captured your interests. The band's energized and engaging live shows have been winning fans over since Doxology's creation in 2004, and the band's updated approach to crafting bigger than life pop has won over more than a few ears. The band has major radio airplay and even had one of their compositions ripped off by American Idol David Cook, a version of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby" that's well known to Doxology fans. Cook later gave credit where credit was due.
This week, Bobble Tiki caught up with Doxology Lead singer Luke McPherson, to check in with the up-and-coming hit makers and gauge the band's excitement heading into Tacoma for what should be another memorable performance.
To read Bobble Tiki's full column, including interview with Luke McPherson of Doxology, click here.