Photo by Gene Taylor.
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
So here's the story. I had too much fun for the past few days and need time to assimilate whether it actually happened or not. In addition, my gregs got gubbed so this spare pair isn't exactly doing it for the ability to stare at a screen for too long. Not sure if it'll be two or three parts plus I'm waiting on pix and need to collect a lot of links so this could take some time. So while this is all coming together, let me share the majesty of Baby Dynamite with you.
I heard them on Morten YumYum's i-POD on Gran Via while they were waiting for the van. Top gear, I think you'll agree.
On top of a seriously grand spell out of the country, this month will be our biggest in terms of "viewers" ever. By a long chalk. I've no idea how or why but that's not important just so long as we be undermining the relentless grind of reality for a moment or three.
At Otto's Shunken Head, no one can hear your screams...because Susquehanna Industrial Tool & Die Co. will be screaming louder! Candy corn? Eh. Two hours of near-patented "ballads, boogies & boos"? Guaranteed!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th / OTTO'S SHRUNKEN HEAD TIKI BAR & LOUNGE / Our long-standing last-Thursday-of-the-month residency continues! /
538 East 14th Street (just west of Ave. B) in zombie-ridden Manhattan / Two terrifying shows, from 8:00 sharp until 10:00 / No cover! Plus, if you've a craving for warm, moist, finely aged flesh...
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8th / "BROOKLYN BEEFSTEAK" at THE BELL HOUSE / A nineteenth century tradition -- the pairing of beef and beer, all you can consume! With "beefsteak" history by our own "Hot Dog Buddy", Paul Lukas, and two sets of SIT & Die Co. choice cuts!
Yours from beyond the medium rare grave,
Michael - Susquehanna Industrial Tool & Die Co.
"Ballads, Boogies & Boos"