— On Wednesday at Cous Cous, Fight the Big Bull will be playing Michael Jackson’s Thriller in its entirety, Big Bull style. Anyone who was there last year will tell you it’s worth standing in line for. I, however, would not know. After standing in line for two hours, I was told the bar was […]
— On Wednesday at Cous Cous, Fight the Big Bull will be playing Michael Jackson’s Thriller in its entirety, Big Bull style. Anyone who was there last year will tell you it’s worth standing in line for. I, however, would not know. After standing in line for two hours, I was told the bar was capped. Let this be a lesson for everyone intending to get in this year. Their cover of Weezer’s Blue Album was a pretty good time though, so I can assume that the Thriller show is too.
— No BS! Brass is pretty confident about bringing the best Halloween entertainment. Check out what Reggie Pace says about their parade and party at The Camel:
Hello Everybody! So we’ve been talking and we decided that this is what you are doing on October 31st! Starting with…
Starting in Monroe park around 7pm, the All Saints Halloween Parade will kick off led by everybody’s friends, No BS! Brass, and featuring Special Ed and the Short Bus. Also accompanying will be dancers and the All Saint Puppet Theater. We’ve been working long and hard in our secret beat labratories and we’ve concocted brand new sweet creepy parade march music for one night only!! Everyone is welcome to play so bring your instruments, noise makers, just claps and voices, anything! Then get really excited because afterwards comes…
HALLOWEEN BASH @ the CAMEL!!!
930pm ALL AGES!!!!!! $6
At the Camel!, at 9:30pm!, everybody’s friends, No BS! Brass, hosts the biggest halloween dance party of the year! Come dressed for the costume contests and get really really excited because along with everybody’s friends, No BS! Brass, everybody’s secret crushes, the Supa Fly Floozies!!!, are leading everyone in halloween dancing and halloween song!! The camel is all ages so all you will need to bring is six dollars to participate!
We look forward to seeing each and every one of you. Roll will be taken!
No BS! Brass
— The weekend will close out with Glows in the Dark‘s return to Commercial Taphouse. Scott Burton says:
Join us as we make our triumphant return to Commercial Taphouse, and continue your Halloween weekend celebration as we present a special set of the music of Horror Director John Carpenter (Halloween, The Fog, The Thing, Escape from New York.) We have taken some of our favorite Carpenter composed material, thrown it into a giant bag, mixed it, and reassembled it into an epic continuous journey (no this is not Jazz Odyssey much to David St. Hubbins’ delight.) More details on this process here:
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Fight the Big Bull performs Thriller
[where: 900 W. Franklin St., Richmond, VA 23220]
Friday, October 31, 2008
Halloween Bash: No BS! Brass w/ Supa Fly Floozies
$6, all ages
[where: 1621 W. Broad St., Richmond, VA 23220]
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Glows in the Dark plays the music of John Carpenter
Free, all ages
[where: 111 N. Robinson St., Richmond, VA 23220]