The Ford Theatre Reunion, Something Involving a Monkey & Junkyard Dojo at Yellow Cab
What: An evening of music, local art, crafts, jewelry, friends, drinks and fun!
When: Friday, November 8th 2013 – Doors open at 8pm
Link to the Facebook event page -> Say You’re coming to the show!
How Much: $7 – BYOB
Bring your own booze and keep your cash for better things at the show! Soda & Water will be available for a slight fee. There is a large refrigerated cooler to store the drinks you bring. Please bring cups!
Details: Read on…
The Ford Theatre Reunion – From Lexington. Listen: The Ford Theatre Reunion has been on a quest to return sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll to the circus since 2008. Despite the unusual instrumentation, challenging song arrangements, and fanciful dress, even the casual observer will recognize what FTR’s main purpose is: to fuck shit up. Let no one say the accordion cannot devastate buildings and earlobes. Let no one say the clarinet cannot be scary. The Ford Theatre Reunion. We are here to eat you!
Something Involving a Monkey – From Cleveland with songs ranging in topic about guady starlights to pudding on one’s face. Often described as Primus mashes with System of a Down, this still does not completely encompass the group.
Junkyard Dojo – From Dayton featuring former members of Sleepbird & The Repeating Arms
Jacobee – New paintings!
Pop Cycle – A fantastic array of upcycled toy decorations for the holidays, upcycled holiday jewelry, colorful wreathes, holiday bows, picture frames and recycled paper bowls. All Pop Cycle products are items that are re-used and transformed into beautiful decorative pieces for the home.
Eric C. Geary – Author of Free Pirates for Hire will be selling and signing copies of his first book. He will also bring a variety of handcrafted items, such as walking sticks, scarves, and scale-maile flowers.
Mayhem Market – Emporium of the odd. Handmade, sewn, painted, papier mâchéd and acid etched. Cute and creepy housewares and wearables, we have dolls, skulls, masks, glass, jewelry, curiosities, and novelties.