Unicorn Band

Unicorn Band is a band that you’re a fan of & even though you have had many opportunities to see them live you keep missing them for some reason. 

Moon Taxi was originally my Unicorn Band & the origin of the term.  Moon Taxi is from Nashville & I’ve been fan of theirs for years. They play the Chattanooga area often, but unfortunately something kept getting in the way EVERY. SINGLE. time I nearly had an opportunity to see them. The times I can list off the top of my head that I missed them: Bonnaroo, Track 29, Riverbend just to name a few. I almost didn’t get to go Fly Free Fest & honestly thought it was jinxed since they were on the line-up.

On Thursday, September 5th Christine & I rode in a blue taxi to Rhythm & Brews to see Moon Taxi & opener Black Taxi. Cliche as it may sound, I felt like I was crossing something off of my bucket list. Both bands were very high energy & fun. I enjoyed the show from the front row. You know you’re in good spot when you’re surrounded by hot girls & a guy in homemade Moon Taxi shirt who clearly is a hardcore fan.

If given the chance to ride the moon taxi, take it! They don’t disappoint.

Photo Credit: MOON TAXI Facebook
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About Taryn Balwinski

Taryn Balwinski is the boss lady of ConcertHopper.com. She lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee and loves it. When she isn’t concert hopping, street teaming, or blogging, Taryn works full-time in Administrative Support for the non-profit mentioned in that Macklemore song. She also finds time to eat spicy food and sleep. You can find her up against the rail or on the ADA platform during the show. Yoko Ono’s “Bad Dancer” is her theme song. She started the site as a music themed personal blog, but soon decided the project would be more fun with friends.

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