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Friday, May 15, 2009

Saturday To-Do: Kevin Kerby + Battery

Posted By on Fri, May 15, 2009 at 2:07 PM

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KEVIN KERBY + BATTERY
10 p.m., White Water Tavern. $10.

After Mulehead dissolved and Kevin Kerby took a break from the whole band thing and released a solo album, 2005's “Your Disease,” he formed a new band, which he let his son name, and though they've played together since around the release solo album, they haven't released an album until now. On Saturday, they come together to celebrate the release of “Beautiful and Bright” on Max Recordings. If the album's any indication, with Kerby singing and playing guitar, Geoff Curran playing guitar, Joshua Bentley on bass and Marcus Lowe keeping time on drums, the show's likely to be both a showcase of Kerby's keen observational songwriting and the band's punch. Should be ideal for stomping along. Particularly with Jonathan Wilkins and band firing up folks in the opening slot. Also, word on the street says that one of the dudes who runs White Water, whose name starts with an “M” and ends with an “att White,” is celebrating a birthday. Maybe someone will pop out of a cake

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