Sunday To-Do: "Sin Sunday" | Rock Candy

Friday, November 26, 2010

Sunday To-Do: "Sin Sunday"

Posted By on Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 4:45 AM

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SIN SUNDAY
9 p.m., Revolution/Ernie Biggs. $10.

The tagline, Sin Sunday, is for the party we told you about last week — local promoter, DJ and owner of GreenGrass Rock 'n' Roll Bodega Mike Brown's new weekly shindig at Ernie Biggs aimed at folks who work in the service industry. It's about a diverse line-up of live and DJed music, cheap admission and drink specials and late-night fun on Sundays. This first go 'round, it folds nicely into the return of Pretty Things Peep Show at Revolution. Back in town after a successful show in February, the vaudeville show returns with not just be-tassled, nearly naked ladies, but also a fire-breather, a sword swallower, a contortionist and a fast-talking MC. The Diamond Dames Burlesque Troop and Revolution Go Go Girls shake it in support. The after party at Ernie Biggs features locals Father Maple, Cody Belew and The Break Through downstairs and UK breakbeat star DJ Deekline upstairs. The $10 cover charge gets you in both events. Go to Brown's new social networking site, RSVPsociety.com for special deals.

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