Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The Last Bourgeois Residency Show

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Well, we've reached the end.  It's the last Bourgeois Residency at the Elevens.  It's been a pleasure to be able to host these interesting and weird nights for you all.  As Graham Chapman once said, "it's truly a real honorable experience to be here this evening, a very wonderful and emotional moment for all of us, and I'd like to sing a song for all.... of you..."   So, I've decided to finish things off with a bang (and a pow, in fact) with a night called "Cover Versions".  There's zero original music, but plenty of songs from the 1960's you'll know by heart.

However, just before we arrive at the swinging 60's, we begin with an instrumental folk duo called Serendipity.  I predict ten minutes of blistering, brazen and brash folk music.  Note, my mother will be playing the mountain dulcimer.

Paper Piano will then head to the stage and play a set of Kinks Klassics.  We've selected numbers from "Arthur", "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society", "Muswell Hillbillies", "The Kink Kontroversy" and many more.  We'll be sloppy and loud (think Fillmore West '69).

Monkees music courtesy of ALOTTLE will close out the night.  I've seen these dudes perform Monkees covers before and I know you won't want to miss it.  

Stop on by!

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