Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Please, this year, keep Saturn in Saturnalia

Looking for some time away from the relatives? Here's the word from Big Jack Earl's Justin:
Friday, December 23 at 7 pm, at Summer House Coffee in Franklin, a group of local musicians will be joining together for a performance/jam/sing-along/all around good time. Jerome Wincek from Big Jack Earl, along with Nate Custer from Oil City, and Grace Lloyd, currently residing in Chicago, will perform original songs and more in a mellow setting with amazing coffee and atmosphere. There is no cover charge, so please make sure to come out and support local music.
Well said.

In the local media: is reporting Struck Down, a band from Erie PA, has signed with Indianola Records. Struck Down oringally formed in the spring of 2004. The band includes Jameson Jenkins on guitar, Adam Greenman on bass, Raymond Horton on drums and Gabriel Poland on vocals. Their debut CD, "Revolution" will be released on January 10th.

Please, this year, don't take the Kwan out of area Kwanzaa festivities.

This Titusville Herald article is interesting enough by itself - apparently all Venango County needs is the airshow to prosper in the new year - but the comment at the end is priceless.

Today's holiday song:
Jack Johnson - Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer

What the heck, let's do two:
Last summer's Pittsburgh Art Fest's headliners, The Drive-By Truckers' frontman Patterson Hood's live rendition of "Mrs. Claus' Kimono"

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