Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The End Has a Website!

Posted By on Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 2:53 PM

Internet power at last
  • Internet power at last
It's the kind of momentous news that someone who currently makes his living (e.g. Gold) or once made his living (e.g. me or DPR) entering music listings can really appreciate: Nashville's beloved local dive bar The End is celebrating the tremendous new year of 2011 in most grand fashion by joining the Internet with an Internet website page! This is a good thing! On this page, you can view upcoming shows, buy tickets and — here is the real computer magic — not be on MySpace! (The End still has a MySpace, too, if you really must.)

Since The End is one of my favorite clubs in town, and I love the Internet, this is truly a joyous day. I hope you go and look at their new website right now, scroll a bunch, click on a bunch of shit, and feel as good as I do because now, even though you can still get into most shows for 1996 prices, the club has blasted right past 1996 and straight to 2002 by going "online," as the kids say. Did you know Ted Leo's playing there Feb. 3? Well, here's a link to buy tickets. How about Cults and Asobi Seksu on Mar. 22? All right. Yes, there have been links to tickets for End shows in the past, but they were not easy to know about. Now they are, and we rejoice. Welcome to the Internet, The End!

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