Same for all the other bet ones.
Same for all the other bet ones.
6/27 - Anderson Paak - The Theatre at the Ace Hotel - LA
If its through Livenation its ''dazzle''
SAN DIEGO, CA
Great American Music Hall
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH
The Governors Ball
NEW YORK, NY
NEW ORLEANS, LA
EL PASO, TX
LOS ANGELES, CA
Does Check Yo Ponytail still go to like 3:00 AM in the morning? I am dying to hit up that Com Truise/Teen Daze show but I can't stay out until fucking 4:00 AM on a school night like the unemployed hipsters of Echo Park can.
For your health
Bringing it back up...Anyone figure out what this $100 will call only show at the bootleg is yet?
It's a show... and it's upcoming. Nobody said it had to be music.
Bob's Burgers Live!
Join H. Jon Benjamin, Eugene Mirman, Kristen Schaal, Dan Mintz and John Roberts as they perform, introduce clips, read aloud from a script and answer your questions.
Tuesday, May 7
Wilshire Ebell Theatre http://www.ebellla.org/theater/boxoffice.htm
Los Angeles, CA
Seriously, Bob's has been making me laugh way more than anything else on the Sunday night lineup. And my lady likes it a lot... probably something to do with Bob not being a jerk like Peter Griffin or a lazy dimwit like Homer. That, and Kristen Schaal can do no wrong.
They should do an episode in Dr. Katz squigglevision.
Foals US 2013 tour dates w/ Surfer Blood and Blondfire
4/25 Fitzgerald's Houston, TX
5/14 Bogart's Cincinnati, OH
For your health
The Troubadour added another date for Daughter http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/ev...9BFE5F53A53702
*based upon tedious fact checking.
Just got email that the bar is now open inside the Glasshouse. Will be interesting to see how this changes the dynamic there.
Does anyone want a free ticket (fourth row orchestra) to M. Ward at the Orpheum tonight? I'm not gonna use it, someone might as well.
[SIZE=2]April 9th - The Residents at the Regent Theater
April 23rd - Parov Stelar at Club Nokia
May 2nd - Tortoise at the Teragram Ballroom
May 6th -*Sunn O)))*at the Regent Theater
May 7th - Melvins, Melt Banana at the Troubadour
May 16th - Brötzmann/Adasiewicz/Edwards/Noble at Zebulon
ATP Iceland, July 1-3, 2016*
FYF Fest, August 27-28, 2016*/SIZE]
Off! At the Fonda has been cancelled. Refunds at point of purchase.
Sweet hope you enjoy it. I was not going to go at first since it was out of my price range by a good amount but that code from NPH on twitter totally made my day. Getting one of the $137 tickets for $40 is a crazy deal and having seen it I would have gladly payed more. Real old school magic, not Vegas bullshit.
This is so sweet
2/22/13 Union Pool
CHALLENGE OF THE FUTURE: REUNION TO BENEFIT ISABELLA
::::CHALLENGE OF THE FUTURE::::
also playing: DADDY
feat. DJ GAVIN RUSSOM
TICKET SALES GO TO BENEFIT ISABELLA'S COLLEGE FUND
If you never heard of them, listen to their songs here: http://www.bard.edu/bardmakesnoise/bobafett.php
BOBA FETT/CHALLENGE OF THE FUTURE
The five members originally met while attending Bard College in the early 1990s. Discovering a shared love of bands such as The Fall, Can, Spacemen 3, and The Birthday Party, they formed a group in 1993 with Mike Guy and Nick Zinner on guitars, Aaron Diskin on vocals, Seth Prouty on bass, and Simon Marcus on drums. They began performing at art openings and after-hours parties around campus originally calling themselves Boba Fett (a.k.a. Boba Fett Experience). Their raucous, experimental live shows quickly elevated them to hero status at Bard. After several limited-edition releases and bootlegs of their live shows began circulating, they began performing around the northeast earning a devoted cult following. These early recordings included the "Silver Tape," which was recorded in Bard Hall in 1994 and self-released as a limited edition cassette spray painted silver. Boba Fett recorded two more albums worth of material while at Bard College, most of which has never released except for 2 songs on a 7 inch vinyl single on Dieyetribe Records (a.k.a Crink of Spleen Records originally).
Boba Fett changed their name to Challenge of the Future for fear of being sued by George Lucas, and upon graduating relocated to Brooklyn, NY. There they helped lay the ground work for the late 90s Willamsburg music scene. Also during this period, Challenge of the Future were often invited back to the Bard area to play shows. In 2001, Challenge of the Future broke up with various members joining other musical projects. Aaron Diskin and Simon Marcus formed the band Lycaon Pictus with Bard alum John Christopher Morton (Aaron also joined the Punk-Klezmer band Golem). Nick Zinner devoted his energy to his then side project, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who shortly thereafter became international stars. [Excerpted from the Challenge of the Future myspace page and information provided by John Morton]