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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Tuesday To-Do

Posted By on Tue, May 15, 2007 at 9:04 AM

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FINALLY. After a year of anticipation, it's starting. Tonight's the first night of Towncraft Week: five nights with five shows at five venues with 17 local bands playing to celebrate the release of the "Towncraft" documentary on the local underground music scene of the late-’80s and early-’90s.

On the bill tonight at White Water:

Subversive garage rockers The Bloodless Cooties kick out deranged, obscure 60s-jams.

There are few local singer/songwriters to rival Kevin Kerby, the erstwhile lead singer of Mulehead.

And maybe the most electric band in town, The Moving Front, headlines AND celebrates the release of its fine, fine new S/T new album.

Starts a little earlier than usual at 9 pm. $5.

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