Brad Hoshaw CD release show, Cleeman tonight; The Lupines, Brimstone Howl album release show (sort of) Saturday…
by Tim McMahan, Lazy-i.com
Brad Hoshaw certainly has done his homework. Tonight’s Seven Deadlies CD release show couldn’t have received more coverage in “the local media” (including yesterday’s post). Expect a crowd at The Waiting Room, and arrive early for poet Kyle Harvey as he slings on his guitar once again to serenade the crowd. $7, 9 p.m. See you there.
Also tonight, Copenhagen/Chicago-based one-man-project Cleeman plays at Slowdown Jr. Opening is the incomparable Dereck Higgins (who also will back Cleeman during his set) and Lonnie Eugene Methe (backed by Megan Siebe on cello). $8, 9 p.m.
Tomorrow night, The Lupines play at The Sydney with Noah Sterba & the No Way. This from John Ziegler of The Lupines:
“Since Calvin and I are playing together, and since we have the last two recording sessions from Brimstone Howl’s final days recently pressed on vinyl, we will be selling them for seven bucks a copy, one night only!!! There is Magic Hour, recorded by Jim Diamond in Detroit, with the smooth sweet sounds of AM radio magic issuing forth from the grooves, etc. — our last as a band, released by Certified PR Records in Florida. And then our penultimate: Blowhard Deluxe, our final session with local master Mark Wolberg, as groovily dirty as anything we ever did in Brooks Hitt’s studio. Cathartic and off the cuff, released by Deadbeat in Ohio.”
Face it, you need those records. Show starts around 9:30, no idea on the cover, but it’s probably $5.
Also Saturday night, Thunder Power plays at The Side Door Lounge with The Sub-Vectors and Pyrate. 9 p.m. and FREE.
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BTW, did you get your Morrissey tickets for May 19 at Rococo in Lincoln? They went on sale today (presale yesterday). Get them while you can…
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