Last night, at practice, we were discussing crapping one's pants in public while in a court of law (these things come up!) and Mower Steve was heard to say: "Justice isn't blind! It's Brown!" If that isn't a song or a concept album, it surely will be soon.
Yes, it's going to be extremely cold this weekend, but that shouldn't keep you from leaving your house to see a Rock Show. Squeaky will keep you warm. Besides a loud racket, our all-vacuum-tube brand of amplified rock music creates a lot of heat.
This Friday, basically tomorrow night, Squeaky will be at the Atlantic as part of the WGOT (94.7 Low Power FM) 6 year anniversary celebration. The show is a benefit, $7-10 donation, and features Loose Bearings, New Natives, Human Parts, and Squeaky rounding out the night.
As this show was rescheduled from May, I'll just recycle the post. Getting green, ya'll.
Friday, February 15, at The High Dive, we'll be playing with Five Eight. You've never heard of Five Eight? What are you, deaf? Blind? Live under a rock? They've been featured on NPR.
They've been a band for 15 years. And they quite literally embody the
essence of what it is like to be a rock band. We've played with Five
Eight a few times, usually at the old Covered Dish. They are cool cats,
Mike plays every show like it's his last, and it never is. I've never
seen a band that could hold a crowd by playing un-amplified like them.
Mike used to walk into the middle of the Dish and, with no microphone,
just sing "Weirdo" at the top of his lungs. And you could hear a pin
drop. So come see them, ok? More info to come.