Ticket Alternative Weekend Picks! Rob Delaney, Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s, Vonnegutt and More!

Ticket Alternative Weekend Picks! Rob Delaney, Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s, Vonnegutt and More!

Hopefully this cold weather is gone, and Spring officially is moving in! We already are packing our weekend schedules with some these awesome shows, make sure and grab your tickets before they sell out!

Friday April 13 – Rob Delaney at the Black Cat

Boston comedian, Robert Delaney, is a regular on Comedy Central and is guaranteed to make you chuckle.

Friday April 13 – Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s at the Rock and Roll Hotel

These Indiana pop-rockers  style has been described as “cinematic chamber pop” that “both the casual music fan and music perfectionist will enjoy.”
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Ten Dollar Tuesday!

Ten Dollar Tuesday!

Happy Ten Dollar Tuesday everyone! We’ve got a little selection of the gigs that you can get for only $10 a ticket, but you can check out the whole list HERE. Red Bull Soundclash w/ Ludacris and Neon Trees at West Plaza at The Georgia World Congress Center, September 5 Male Bonding at The Red […]

Q&A with The Lonely Forest; Playing Black Cat, October 1 and The Drunken Unicorn, October 9

Q&A with The Lonely Forest; Playing Black Cat, October 1 and The Drunken Unicorn, October 9

By Alec Wooden

It’s one thing for a band to get picked up by a label.  It’s quite another, however, to be that label’s first band. The Lonely Forest, an indie-rock quartet from Anacortes, Wash., has that distinct honor when picked up by Trans, the new imprint label headed by Death Cab For Cutie guitarist Chris Walla. Their debut release for the label, The Lonely Forest EP, is a sneak peek at the full length (Aarows) due in early 2011. Gearing up for long fall tour runs with Margot & The Nuclear So & So’s and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, the band chats about Aarows‘ progress, being on the new label and where they find inspiration for their writing.

Give us an update on how Aarows is coming along.

Tony Ruland: Arrows is in the final mixing stages and soon to be mastered.

A lot of indie bands are scared off by labels these days – but you guys seem to be on quite an artist friendly one. Is it somewhat consoling to know that your label is run by a musician, and a successful one, at that?

TR: Absolutely!  We love and trust Chris fully. We’re very lucky to be on such a unique label. Read more about Q&A with The Lonely Forest; Playing Black Cat, October 1 and The Drunken Unicorn, October 9

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