Saturday night's kind of crazy-filled with shows from locals-done-good: There's the Toadies (with support from The House Harkonnen and The Burning Hotels)celebrating Feeler at the Palladium
;there's Pleasant Grove (with support from Mike Graff and Derek Rogers) at the Kessler
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; and then there's a little show going on at the Granada Theater.
With support from Austin's Noble Dog and the still-pretty-new-to-Dallas The Roomsounds, Denton's Slobberbone continues its string of reunion shows with a show at the Granada that will no doubt bring back memories of the days when Brent Best and Co. were offering up "Sweetness, That's Your Cue" on the late-night circuit (see above). Also fun about this performance? It's serving as the one-year anniversary celebration for Nico Martini's "American Highway" show on The Indie-Verse, which proudly revels in alt-country, roots and folk rock.
So, one would assume, the show should be quite the time, with plenty of drinks flowing and whatnot. And, lucky you, the folks at the Granada have been kind enough to pass along three extra pairs of tickets our way, to hand out to some DC9 readers. Want one of the pairs? They're yours, if you're one of the first three people to email me, starting right now, with the words "That's My Cue" in the subject line. Good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners!