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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Anticipating: M bands

Posted By on Thu, Oct 11, 2007 at 10:40 AM


Local man-about-town TJ Deeter, who brought the riotously awesome !!! show to Revolution last week, is making this show promotions thing a steady deal. Next up: Man Man, a Philly-based five piece fond of painter's whites and little-kid-style Indian face paint. You can hear them here, but seeing them live is a whole 'nother thing. They came to White Water a couple years back, and it was kind of like Tom Waits at the circus with his four hollering, percussive-minded friends. Here and here will give you the idea. The show goes down, Saturday, November 17, with Fort Smith's finest, An A+ Set-Up opening.

AND: Thursday, Nov. 1 the newly-reunited Meat Puppets come to Revolution.

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