i like you. and New Primatives
with
El le Faunt and His Traveling Circus

live action painting by Alex Gregory

LIVE AT THE CABOOZE!!! 

HURRY, HURRY HURRY!  STEP RIGHT UP AND SEE THE MOST WONDEROUS SPECTACLE OF ENCHANTING AND DARING AND ENTERTAINING MUSICIANS TO BE CONTAINED UNDER ONE ROOF!

3 distinct acts all with amazingly different sounds, yet oddly complimentary to each other.

This is sure to be a night of many delights and uncontainable JOY!
Friday, August 3
Doors 8:30 PM, Music 9:30 PM, Age 18+, Cover $7.00

The Cabooze

i like you.

Felicitous, joyous, deliriously beautiful—and that’s just the drinks. Only kidding, of course, that’s totally about the band. I like you makes every situation better. Waking up? Turn it up. Dentist? Why is this not in waiting rooms everywhere? Hour 23 of driving across the country? Feels like a movie montage or a really great McDonald’s commercial! Horns, strings, tiny little guitars, and gorgeously full vocals from Wendy O’Sunshyne. The gypsy jazz/singer-songwriter vibe will bring boat loads of happiness into your life, just be careful you don’t wander out of the house barefoot and singing. If you did, though, i like you would still definitely like you. Eclectic is their thing. Try “That’s What We Do” for an anthem and introduction if you’re still unconvinced. Memorize the words. Sing along

New Primatives

Formed in early 1999, New Primitives explores popular music through high-energy Rhythm & Blues, Ska, Reggae, Calypso, and World Dance Music.

The music of New Primitives is an amalgam of the communities and lives of its members. Performing regularly in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, this diverse group of talented musicians is dedicated to bringing people together.

With music as their vehicle, New Primitives awakens the commonality of all people and creates an environment in which everyone is welcome and anything is possible.

SOON…everyone will be New Primitives.
El le Faunt and His Travelling Circus
If you have seen El Le Faunt and his Traveling Circus perform, you know they’re not quickly forgotten. The Twin Cities’ ubiquitous, hardworking circus act has taken a short break as it prepares to release Ten in One, their third album, and the first to feature all eight members, on Saturday at the Amsterdam Bar. The album explores ten members of a traveling circus, including an ill-fated aerialist, an anxious dog-faced man, and a clown with a murderous past.

Links for Alex Gregory:
https://www.facebook.com/AGtattoos
http://www.toxiciguana.com/

i like you. at Cabooze Aug 3, 2012

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