Thursday, June 24, 2010

A Paper Tugboat, The Cavemen Go, The Weird Beards, DJ You B

Thursday, June 24th:

Pitkin Plaza
141 Orange St., New Haven

RAIN LOCATION: BruCafe (right next to Pitkin Plaza @ 141 Orange St)

All Ages - FREE

A Paper Tugboat: "Like Social Distortion doped up on morphine..." - Hartford Advocate

From the time The Cavemen Go first emerged as a duo (singer/guitarist Jeremy Sage and drummer Bob Rock) in 2003, the band was markedly distinct from their Connecticut peers. Sage’s songwriting channels the no-frills, hook-heavy sounds of early rock’n'roll without coming off as self-consciously retro. His lyrics and singing convey an unabashedly-hopeful romanticism, but the kind tempered with dry wit and emotional ambiguity. - February Records

The Weird Beards thrive in the Land of Crazyness that is New London, Connecticut with a BARITONE UKULELE, ACOUSTIC GUITAR, STAND-UP BASS, DRUMS and TROMBONE with occasional harmonicas, djembe, electric guitar, puppets, roboshades, robots, plaid pants, a rude blue dude, arreakas and a wheel on an upside down bicycle.

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