Things have been a tad awry and I hope to regain some semblance of regularity from here on in but don't count on it. Lot of primo entertainment to share so that's coming down the pipe in due course. Let's kick it all off with a reminder that the Susquehanna laddies will be doing their thing thusly... Their poster for this week strangely reflects the mood from here in what is about to become the epicentre of a "fuel crisis" when the unions go toe to toe with Ineos.
Dear Fellow Laborer-
Please be assured that Susquehanna Industrial Tool & Die Co. supports our common cause this week, with two hard-working displays of solidarity uniting two boroughs.
THURSDAY, APRIL 24th / OTTO'S SHRUNKEN HEAD /
538 East 14th Street (just west of Avenue B) in Manhattan / Two union-sanctioned shows, from 8:00 sharp until 10:00 / Free to the masses
SATURDAY, APRIL 26th / HANK'S SALOON /
46 Third Avenue (at the corner of Atlantic Avenue) in Brooklyn / One striking set at 10:00 sharp, with the "Cemetery & Western" stylings of Ninth House at 11:00 and the gothic angst of Bitter Grace at (appropriately) midnight / No bourgeoisie cover
And, Comrade, what of next week, you may ask?
SATURDAY, MAY 3rd / RODEO BAR & GRILL /
375 Third Avenue (at the corner of 27th Street) in Manhattan / Three unified sets, from 10:30 sharp until 1:30 / No cover -- and free proletariat peanuts
Industrially yours, Michael - Susquehanna Industrial Tool & Die Co.
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