It makes sense that the members of a band that plays songs about hard liquor and crime would, when asked a direct question, point their fingers at each other. It's also true that the Highballers are an exceptionally strong band.
I've spent almost four years now watching my favorite bands spill their passion and emotions on stages all over Southern California and I've learned a lot, but most importantly I've learned that music has a way of bringing people together.
Let's say you're in a band. The band is doing pretty well, but you have a problem -- all your band's songs are too stylistically divergent to cohere into something you think will take you to the next level. What do you do?