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Friday, December 31, 2010

Sunday To-Do: 'S.I.N. Sunday: The Andy Warr Experience"

Posted By on Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 5:41 AM

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“S.I.N. SUNDAY: THE ANDY WARR EXPERIENCE”
10 p.m., Ernie Biggs. $8 with R.S.V.P.

In last week’s issue, we threw some well-deserved accolades towards “Brother” Andy Warr, saying that newly-crowned prince of local rock music makes us feel both short and lazy with his 7’10” stature and his 140 bands (both precise figures calculated using the science of hyperbole). This Sunday, you’ve got the chance to see him hard at work during this week’s “S.I.N. Sunday,” a weekly “Service Industry Night” for waiters, bartenders, chefs and the whole food-serving cadre. He’s playing a triple header with Sweet Eagle, the Detroit rock supergroup with Andy on guitar;, Iron Tongue, the metal group that manages to get better with every gig and now features Andy on bass, and his eponymous band, Brother Andy and His Big Damn Mouth. If you haven’t yet, go find out why the hype is real. Heck, say hello. Just because you’re the most intimidating man in town doesn’t mean you can’t be the nicest man in town, too.

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