Thursday, August 18, 2011

love letter 8/18/11

D vu,

How do you do that voo doo that you do so well? Do tell.

This Friday we have a performer from L.A. with no little voo doo, Michael On Fire. “It’s an American roots, folkish, bluesy, country, tribal, gypsy rock and roll.” – The Huntsville Times. 7:30p. This will be a SHOW. $10

At 5pm Friday we have Zenda Marie. Also bluesy, rootsy voo doo music. Free.

At 9:30pm we have a salsa lesson followed by DJ Juanito.

Saturday we have a family lunch concert at 12:30p with the band PJ Zahn, playing rock and roll covers. Free.

4pm Saturday we have Serenade In Blue Big Band Jazz w/ dance lesson. $10.

7:30p Saturday we have Dave Edwards. $5

9:30pm Saturday we have MC Subcon CD release party w/ Wandering Monks, Heaven, Small Hands, DJ C-NICE $5

Full day Saturday. And another one Sunday as we have a benefit from 11am to 3pm called Friends Of Val. From the website: "5 Great musicians/bands for sure and a few surprises in the works! **Monica Sales & Friends **Jack Hadley **Matt Nasi**Sharla Jackson and more. Great door prizes every hour. $10 suggested donation (or lots of love if you are broke!!). This Friends of Val fundraiser is for medical cost for our dear friend and sister Valerie, fighting Stage IV Breast Cancer. Come help us send a lot of love her way!!!"

Next Tue we have an indie rock/hip hop show with Sid Madrid, Cubone and House Of Trees at 8pm. Yes. $5.

Lots more too. Check out


D ark of D light

Extra Credit: Here are 2 funny serious poems from the 19th century writer Stephen Crane.

A man saw a ball of gold in the sky;
He climbed for it,
And eventually he achieved it --
It was clay.

Now this is the strange part:
When the man went to the earth
And looked again,
Lo, there was the ball of gold.
Now this is the strange part:
It was a ball of gold.
Aye, by the heavens, it was a ball of gold.

I saw a man pursuing the horizon;
Round and round they sped.
I was disturbed at this;
I accosted the man.
"It is futile," I said,
"You can never -- "

"You lie," he cried,
And ran on.

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