Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Jesco White to Revolution May 19

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Jesco White comes to Revolution May 19.
  • Jesco White comes to Revolution May 19.

Jesco White — a.k.a. "The Dancing Outlaw" — will bring his tap-dancin', Elvis-worshippin', notoriety-havin' self to Revolution May 19.

Now, if you don't know who Jesco is, chances are you didn't spend your salad days huddled around a tiny TV set in some dorm room or firetrap rental house watching grainy videotapes like "Faces of Death" or "The Dancing Outlaw," a clip from which you can now conveniently watch from the comfort of wherever courtesy of the internet. For example, here's Jesco on the rich subject of huffing solvents:

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