Friday, July 19, 2013

Saturday To-Do: The Dangerous Idiots

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The Dangerous Idiots play at White Water Tavern Saturday pic
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  • The Dangerous Idiots play at White Water Tavern Saturday.

THE DANGEROUS IDIOTS
9:30 p.m. White Water Tavern.

Little Rock trio The Dangerous Idiots would like for you to come to The White Water Tavern this Saturday because they will be recording a live album and concert film.

It is to be a celebratory affair, with the band playing their rock songs and the crowd clapping, cheering, snapping their fingers in the beatnik fashion, perhaps whistling, making merry, letting it all hang out, letting their freak flag or freak flags fly, getting down, boogieing down, air-guitaring, air drumming, air singing, actually singing and possibly calling out for requests.

On that point, please do not scream "Freebird" over and over again. Once will be enough. Actually, zero times will be more than enough. After all, they're filming and recording this thing. So have fun, but be reasonable. Or if you're not going to be reasonable, you'd better be really funny.

Adam Faucett will open the show.

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