Giveaway: Five Pairs of Tickets To See Bob Log III Play The Loft Tomorrow Night

Some bands are so talented you should really see them live. Some one-man bands have women stir scotch with their breasts on stage. And, sometimes, you get lucky and win tickets to see both in one night.

Bob Log III, the unique and enigmatic guitarist from Tucson, will be playing at The Loft tomorrow night. Surely equipped with his unusual antics, his stagnant garb of an electric blue jumpsuit and motorcycle helmet, and his scotch in desperate need of stirring, Log's set will undoubtedly make for an eventful night. Our own Cory Graves delves a little deeper into the madness that is Bob Log III in one of this week's Critics' Picks.

Log plays a lighting-fast brand of Delta slide guitar that barely seems possible, even before one considers the fact that he's also simultaneously playing drums with his legs--legs which, after years of touring, have become so strong that his beat is not even slowed when he bounces women on them while performing "I Want Your Shit On My Leg." Continue reading...

If you're looking for some gritty blues, impressive multi-tasking and partial nudity, this show's for you. And The Loft's been nice enough to pass along five free pairs of tickets for us to hand out to DC9 readers looking for some free raucous fun tomorrow night.

Want one of the pairs? Be among of the first five to email Pete right now with "I Want Your Shit On My Leg" in the subject line, and you win. But, please, don't actually shit on his leg. Thanks and good luck.

Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners!

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