A Tribute to the Extraordinary Women of the Celtic World [more inside]
Kick off 2011 with a night of homegrown indie-pop goodness. An American Chinese is celebrating the release of their new record, Utopian Tree, with a show at Kung Fu Necktie. Featuring Steve Goldberg and the Arch Enemies and When I Was 12. [more inside]
Hello, come see Brad Sucks (me), Bellevue, Dog is Blue and Sticky Henderson at The Mansion in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 9pm, $6.
It's New Year's Eve in Richmond, VA, and you're dressed in yachting attire. Or possibly 80s attire. Either way, you're going to need somewhere to go. I have just the thing. [more inside]
Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives is the band I lead, and we're playing at the lovely Cantab dive bar in Cambridge's Central Square this Saturday! Catchy rock with witty lyrics - you know the drill. 21+, $8. We go on at 11 sharp, but earlier bands look interesting, especially the Cello Chix at 9. As for us: Band page, myspace page, more song clips.
The band for which I sing, strum, and write is playing in Harvard Square this Friday! Catchy rock with witty lyrics - what's not to love? 21+, nominal cover (like $3). Band page, myspace page, more song clips. If you want to say hi beforehand, I will be the guy in the buzzcut looking bored from waiting all night for his set to start. OK pub food if you get there earlier.
My band, Derailleur, is playing its/our first show in a long, long time... making our comeback at Minneapolis's very fancy-dan Aster Cafe (fancy-dan in space, not in price!).
My band Three Sheets to the Wind -- America's #1 Tribute to Yacht Rock will be the featured entertainment at the 2010 Massey On the River, a charity event that raises money for cancer research. [more inside]
I'm hosting a free reading with poet Lee Ann Roripaugh (who's coming all the way from South Dakota for the reading!), poet and critic Kaya Oakes, and wildly inventive saw musician Cynthia Weyuker. A good time will be had by all. [more inside]
Fuck Yeah Fest is tomorrow. It will have many awesome bands and also a bunch of MeFites are going to be in the crowd. In this thread we can make actual plans all at once so it's not a bunch of "Yeah, like, I think I'll be over by Ted Leo…"
Buffalo Mefites: I'm directing a concert featuring songs from new and un-produced musicals. Most of the songs are new to Buffalo, and we're even premiering a song by a local composer. The show is the night of Curtain Up! so you can go to the street party after. Tickets are available at our website (or at the door). [more inside]
Surely I won't be the only MeFite at the 25th anniversary of Les Miserables (MeFi post here). Shall we meet in a pub before the 7pm concert? I'm from Cambridge, so suggestions welcome.
Join us Upstairs at World Cafe Live for a week-long showcase featuring the Philadelphia region's finest emerging performers! From August 16th through August 22nd, beta hi-fi will showcase approximately five artists per night - and admission is FREE! The bands will compete each night, and YOU - the audience - will vote for your favorite. [more inside]
For the third time, my daughter will be attending the Girls Rock! DC summer camp. The camper showcase is again at the 9:30 Club, at 11 am on Saturday, August 14. You should come. [more inside]
Some live rock and roll for those of you willing to trek out to the IE, with The Uncalled For on at 9:30, my band Red On Strike at 10:30, and wrapping up with Vicky & The Vengents at 11:30. No cover charge and cheap beer!
Three Sheets to the Wind, America's #1 Tribute to Yacht Rock (featuring yours truly on keys and vocals) sails into The Republic once a month for a night of debauchery and Christopher Cross songs (two of 'em!) Somebody in our crew is stuck out of town, so we've changed the date of the 8/19 show to 9/2. [more inside]
Conducted by Warwick Potter and featuring soloist Rebecca White (WA Symphony Orchestra), the Brisbane Philharmonic presents a concert of Tchaikovsky's favourites. [more inside]
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