This is all I will say about Curse Words. You can call it smooth jazz, but it was shrill and painful to hear you play...not to mention they played with the computer more then time they spent putting together good music.
Hallelujah! the Hills on the other hand were very good. They have a typical college sound to them with slightly amusing lyrics but excellent background sound. They are worth seeing at the $10 range. I saw them for $6 but some bands need to get a serious clue though...you are there to entertain us...you should play more than six songs...you should try to play for more than 30 minutes...you gracing us fans with your presence does not a concert make!
If they play for more than 30 minutes, they would have gotten a higher rating... but alas...
Hallelujah! the Hills are a typical college band but without the exaggerated solos...which I am not saying are bad...usually I enjoy those very much...they had three guitars, drums, keyboard and brass. Any band with brass is good by me and their brass was good but repetative. The sound was very complete and the sound at the Nomad is very good...it was a good concert, just above average in total.