The weekend in rock…

Category: Blog — @ 12:32 pm August 5, 2005

Anymore, it’s getting to be a habit that the best shows are during the week. The fine folks at One Percent Productions are taking the entire weekend off — a well-deserved break. But they’re not the only game in town. The double-dose attack of The Terminals and Brimstone Howl (formerly The Zyklon Bees) are hitting the stage at O’Leaver’s tonight. The last time I saw The Terminals it was a drunken farewell show for guitarist Johnny Ziegler, which makes one assume that they’ll be sporting a new line-up tonight — but you know what happens when you “assume.” Someday Never says this will be a warm-up gig for Brimstone Howl’s “tour of America.” Meanwhile at Sokol Auditorium it’s The Nadas, which the All Music Guide describes as “heartland rock.” Who are these guys? 9 p.m., $10. Tomorrow night, O’Leaver’s is hosting another Bloodcow event with Jealous Lovers, $5, 10:30 p.m.; while Matt Whipkey and Sarah Benck take on Mick’s, $5, 9 p.m. And Saturday night is also the annual Ft. Calhoun Street Dance featuring The Lava Rockets — it used to be held at the Jaycee Hall but I have no idea where they do it now. Just follow the line of Ford pick-ups at around 8:30 p.m.

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