SAFETY will be hosting a Winter Dance Party at Minglewood this Friday, November 30th, starting at 9pm. Whip it good.
I’ll be sitting in with Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents at the 3rd Annual Target Cancer Benefit Gala at The Royale in Boston this Thursday (11/15). Tickets to the benefit cost $125/ticket, but you can get special dealie fan discount tickets at the door starting at 8pm for $20. Band starts at 8:25.
Friday night (November 2nd) at Latitude 43, The Goddesses will pop in for a set with KBMG (and the better strumming half of The Goddesses will be on guitar all night, filling in for Dave Brown). Strum, shake, sushi, repeat (starting at 9pm).
SAFETY will be rocking Mile Marker One for a HALLOWEEN bash starting early (7pm) tomorrow night, Friday, October 26th. Boooooooooo…..?
Small Alto Goddess (that’s Geoff SMALL, Ryan ALTO, Tony GODDESS – see?) will be playing around the piano at Giuseppe’s tonight (October 3rd) for Musical Chairs, hosted by Brian King. Brian starts things off at 8pm. We’ll pitch in a little after that. Come by and listen in, sing along, and try the famous Small Alto Stromboli.
Tom Hauck continues to crusade against Romneysia for immediate release. Lisa Manning again pairs poetry with music for her second Bang-A-Song recorded LP. Daniel Dye is coming in from Ohio for a third and final session for Miller Road’s next Long Player. The Leblanc Brothers will lay down their first song in a long career of playing but not recording. Geoff Small is gonna pedal hop like Dinosaur. Bukshyesh are attempting to break Bang-A-Song’s SPL meters. Kim Jennings got the piano tuned for her upcoming Eric Salt produced session. The Mystix are coming in for a taping of “Having Words with Meg” on Sirius/XM.
SAFETY will be at Captain Carlo’s tomorrow night (Saturday, September 28th) for the “NEON” “SEMIFORMAL” “EIGHTIES” “DANCE” “PARTY”. If that’s not too much for you, then three sets starts at 9pm will put you over the edge.
SAFETY will be performing three sets (starting early at 7:30pm) at Mile Marker One tonight. Come dance on the deck. (Wasn’t that an Eighties hit? DANCE ON THE DECK?)