I went to a total of no shows last weekend (If anyone wants to chime in on the Tilly show, please do so right here). That’ll all change this week. In fact, having not stepped foot in O’Leaver’s in a while, it looks like I could be spending a lot of time there in the next few days, perhaps starting tonight with Jaeger Fight (featuring The Reader‘s managing editor Andy Norman on bass) and Minneapolis’ The Cardinal Sin.
I’m going to stupidly give you an early head’s up about Thursday’s His Name Is Alive/NOMO show. Stupid, because it could well be one of the best shows of the year, and me telling you this will only make it more unbearably packed in tiny O’Leaver’s. NOMO is a 10-piece afro-beat band that is, in a word, amazing. The new His Name Is Alive CD, Detrola, is on heavy rotation on my iPod as I type this. This one would have been nice to see at Sokol Underground. Look for a feature/interview with HNIA’s Warn Defever online here Wednesday.
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