I must say up front, I generally could care less how a band is dressed. Typically their choice of clothes make little to no impression on how I appreciate their sonic thumbprint on an industry that often has more regard for image over substance. However, when I see a "gang" of guys together rocking a style that seems to say "we are on the same road, same journey, or even same tune" I immediately think they must be in a band. Just look back; from the matching suit British invasion of the early sixties to the color coordination of the White Stripes. It's fair to say that legendary bands have left a visual impression nearly as deep as their influence to popular music. Perhaps young and upcoming bands have taken note. I met three members of the indie-Christian band The Final Goodbye after fueling up at the S-Bux in Conyers en route to a nearby gig.
|Vocals - Burnie Sanders|
|Bass - Jon Gant "Ganty"|
|The never out of style oxfords of bass player Ganty.|
|Johnny B.(Guitar),Ganty (Bass) & Burnie Sanders (Vocals) of the band The Final Goodbye|