Part of Chris Davis’ home game duties as Associate General Manager for Auburn IMG Sports Network is to take Auburn’s playmakers to the Heisman Room, right next to the Auburn locker room, for post-game interviews. But the night of Nov. 30, 2013, it wasn’t just a player—Chris Davis was escorting an Auburn legend: Chris Davis. […]
Now if only they could find a house to rock with a floor to cave in.
First it was The Colbert Report, and now VBS.TV.
“We’re in a college town,” says Heath Truitt. “This what you’re supposed to do.”
All of a sudden, Auburn was the center of the South’s musical map.
Sally Tee explores the underworld of the once-long-now-short-haired vampires of Auburn rock.
The Haints toured six times in the past year and were only deported once
When I first met Roof Rabbit’s chief banjo-man, Jason McGee, we lived in an Auburn that was home to a thriving underground music scene … unfortunately we were hardly old enough to relish in all its glory.
How Hardy met Stewie: “Bone Dali was more than an Auburn institution; they were an Alabama fixation.”
“The Haints have always nipped at their own sound. On To Win or to Lose they find it, each of their deftly carved instruments aimed like pistols at your heels.”