This Weekend: A Pirate’s Life For VHS

>>> Low Cut Connie, along with Adam and Dave’s Bloodline, bring local good-old-fashioned rock and roll to Johnny Brenda’s. The kind of rock and roll that you enjoy more fully with drink in hand. You know, rock and roll.
>>> Reignwolf, will be doing the guitar-and-drums-at-the-same-time thing at Ortlieb’s tonight, which is just rubbing it in, because most people can barely play one.
>>> And the debut of Video Pirates first feature-length masterpiece will go down at PhilaMOCA. Among the found footage strewn together will be a history of Beanie Babies, dog training videos, “an over-the-top faith-based exploration into the dangers of internet pornography,” and more. We Hate Movies will open the show by doing some live movie-bashing over some of the worst films they’ve seen. Also, Narragansett will supply free refreshments.

>>> Jonah Matranga of Far will be playing an intimate show at the First Unitarian Church Side Chapel. The dude’s so DIY he’s got name-your-own-price merch.
>>> For the drinkers: The PA Beer Fest brings over 100 brewers to the PA Convention Center, or go a little historic with the Dickens Pub Crawl.
>>> Interpol lead singer and man without facial expressions Paul Banks is bringing songs off of his solo record, Banks, to the Troc.
>>> And blues/soul singer/guitarist Gary Clark Jr., who you probably know from commercials, is playing at the TLA.

>>> The indie-folks in Horse Feathers are bringing their Pacific Northwest style (is there any other kind) folk tunes to Johnny Brenda’s, along with Frank Fairfield.
>>> And since it’s Veteran’s Day, why not check out free admission for active and veteran military personnel to the National Constitution Center, a living history tour, free admission to military Personnel and their families at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, or check out the Band of Brothers Benefit Concert at World Cafe.

2 Responses to “This Weekend: A Pirate’s Life For VHS”

  1. Andrew Miller Says:

    Benefit for The Red Cross at The North Star with Balboa (featuring Mikael Jorgensen from Wilco and Travis Thatcher), Tygerstrype, Porktamer and Nearest! Door and bar proceeds will be donated to help aid in Hurricane Relief!

  2. Miriam Glushakoff Says:

    Paul Banks has facial expressions, stop

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