Post by JudgementalGenXwook76 on Nov 22, 2013 7:38:09 GMT -5
Dec 30th and 31st Gov't Mule w/ Robby Krieger NYC Beacon Theater
You spoke we listened! Due to popular demand after the two special shows in LA & Oakland performing the music of The Doors with the legendary Robby Krieger, we have decided to bring Robby and the music of The Doors to the east coast for a special New Years Eve performance at NY's The Beacon Theatre. Tickets are available here - www.livenation.com/artists/42235/gov-t-mule
Post by FuzzyWarbles on Nov 27, 2013 7:39:14 GMT -5
Don't forget about NEW YEARS EVE at The North Door, Austin TX! Scott H. Biram, Honky (featuring members of Melvins, Butthole Surfers & Ween), & Chili Cold Blood! With special guest MC, Skeeter (of The Beaumonts)
What you got back home, little sister, to play your fuzzy warbles on? I bet you got little save pitiful, portable picnic players. Come with uncle and hear all proper! Hear angel trumpets and devil trombones. You are invited.
So for those that are going to STS9 in Atlanta, anyone doing all 5 nights of the 5 night run? Or is everyone mostly choosing a couple or so nights to enjoy? Also has anyone seen the STS9 NYE show before? I saw Umphrey's McGee 2008/9 NYE show in Chicago which was amazing but slightly disappointing because A. I missed the first half of the show, and B. they only played til 11 p.m! I usually hope for a countdown at least at a freakin' New Year's show. But don't get me wrong they killed it as usual. What can we expect from STS9 on their 5 night run?
Post by JudgementalGenXwook76 on Dec 19, 2013 3:45:35 GMT -5
I was just hoping people would click it and be like "eeeeeeew, I want to do this instead." But if nothing in there interests anyone, whatever. I personally agree that Andrew WK would be a very fun NYE show though. NYC gets too many choices.
It was a great time. Subsonics opened and were awesome. Bradford Cox joined the Black Lips for a couple songs and I got to talk to him for good bit after the show. It really made the year for me. He also said that we will get to hear those hundreds of songs one day that were made during the Monomania sessions.