Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Every now and then the media tells you right where you as an artist exist in the world of popular entertainment. Usually this takes the form of award shows and lists. You know lists like the 100 Greatest Crane Shots of All Time or TV Guides 25 Greatest TV Characters with Accents (I had money riding on Latka Gravas and damn if Balkie Bartokamoose didn't beat him).
The list in this case is The Express's Top Stops List. We made the list, right between recently Out screen star Tab Hunter and something called Garage-Pop bands called The High Strung and Dram (apparently formerly known as Slobberbone).
Just a reminder Pay-What-You-Can Previews of The Beard of Avon start tonight. So if you aren't too busy hearing Tab Hunter wax on and on about how hard it was to be in Hollywood in the 60's or trying to stretch your head around the idea of Garage-Pop, come on over to Columbia Heights and get ready to be entertained.