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Thu. September 22nd 2011 Railway Club (No Minors)
10:00 AM - 3:30 AM doors at 9:00 PM
Weekend Pass: $50; Day Pass: $25; Show: $12 at the door
Tickets at: Zulu Records, Red Cat Records
Presented by: Olio Festival


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Malcolm & the Moonlight (Rock 'n' Roll)

other sites: myspace
Malcolm and the Moonlight is a throwback to the golden era of rock'n'roll's past, when 4 out of 5 doctors recommended Lucky Strikes over Marlboro. When a typical Saturday night was spent at the soda fountain. When the jingle-jangle chords of Chuck Berry blasted in mono through a '57 Chevrolet, while new lovers climbed into the back seat. more info

The Coppertone (Blues/Rock)

other sites: cbc | bedlamfiles
There's plenty about Amanda Zelina that belies her actual age. Most striking is the 25-year-old's stirring, smoky voice with an aura of experience far beyond her years. Couple that with her ability to pen soulful blues-laden songs and you've got a performer with the output of an established artist and the vigor of a young upstart. more info

Lakefield (Indie Pop)

From the first cry to the final breath, Lakefield’s story has been a humble one, co-authored by five complicated friends. It’s one well known by anyone who has ever longed to live and love through music: the euphoria of a perfectly executed decrescendo; the long fall on to deaf ears; the big-kid, major-label ambition, radiating energy into the ... more info

Ben Rogers (Americana / Minimalist / Psychedelic)

Ben Rogers and The Black Oats is a four-piece delivering murder ballads, electronic folk fuzz, Gram Parsons click-clack, sun-damaged velvet chants, Ennio Morricone crow-hammer guitar, underwater twang, and drums clanging like a last heartbeat. more info