Saturday, October 24, 2009

Weekend Round-Up: New Yorkish Style Pt. 2

Posted By on Sat, Oct 24, 2009 at 9:08 AM

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Word is that D.P.R. has escaped The City, discovered the smell (and full-service gas) of New Jersey and made it back as far as ol' Virginny. If he really steps on it, he might make it back in time to fall down at the door of one of these fine musical happenings.

Saturday

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Sea Wolf w/Port O'Brien & Sara Lov at Exit/In. Is there a more fitting band for the new Twilight soundtrack than Sea Wolf? Lance Conzett says maybe not.

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Mountain Heart & Carrie Hassler at Bluegrass Underground in McMinnville. Here's more on Mountain Heart.

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John Cowan Band at Station Inn. Read Jewly Hight's take on the former New Grass Revival member.

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Mashville feat. DJs Wick-It, The Instigator, Orig, Smotherman vs. Prince, Mike Vulcan & Bateman at The End.

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Matt Urmy w/Gabe Vitek & Jonathan Sexton and the Big Love Choir at The 5 Spot.

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Phosphene w/Gorilla Extract at Springwater.

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Brian Davidson at Starlite Club.

Sunday

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Eddie and Martha Adcock Benefit Show at Station Inn. Jon Weisberger calls Adcock "both an esteemed master and wild man of bluegrass," so there you go.

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Erin McKeown w/Jill Sobule at The Basement. You know Sobule kissed a girl before what's-her-face did.

Here's more of tonight and Sunday. See you when we see you. And don't forget: Hallo-Cream part at Mercy Lounge next Friday, Oct. 30. Matt Friction and the Cheap Shots, Tallest Trees, The Zut Alors, alcoholic whip cream and so forth. Good times, and it's free.

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