Saturday, September 5, 2009

Weekend Round-Up: Moving Day Style Part 2

Posted By on Sat, Sep 5, 2009 at 2:30 AM

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So the move went better than anticipated. Steve, Gold, Tracy and I are now each in a very special variety of cubicle referred to as a "super-cube." Saturday night:

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Very special Midnite Jamboree at Ernest Tubb Records on Broad tonight: It's in celebration of 25th anniversary of the death of Tubb. In honor of his passing, they'll be playing excerpts from his appearances on the Midnite Jamboree. Check it out.

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The Holla at Café Coco. Remember, as far as we can tell, this will be the last weekend show at Coco.

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The Good Side w/The Drownout, The Worsties & The Last Good Year at Exit/In.

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Clem Snide w/Ham1 & Daniel Pujol at The 5 Spot. Read Gold's story on Ham1.

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The Silver Seas w/David Mead at The Basement.

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The Funkanauts w/Mike Ferrera Saves The Rainforrests, The Furious Primates & Jeff Wennberg at The End.

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Lovers and Liars at The Rutledge.

There's also the Music City Jazz, Blues and Heritage Festival at Riverfront, and the First Saturday Art Crawl is today. Orange Willard, Terry Price, John Francis & Welcome to 1979 are playing at Downtown Presbyterian Church as part of that. Have a great three-day weekend. That is, if you get a three-day weekend. Not everyone does.

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