Ladies and Gentlemen,
Ah… and so ends yet another wonderful tour across our beautiful country! It just keeps on getting better and better, with ever more to see and experience, but fear not! The end of one adventure is only the beginning of another! There are exciting things on the horizon for yours truly, including the upcoming studio sessions for Important Things Humans Should Know (which is bound to be rife with historic DBRS footage), New Orleans’ own Voodoo Experience, and a Halloween party to get you into all sorts of trouble!!!… but I digress.
Tonight, we continue our little tour up the coast as we hit our northernmost point on this run – Fairhope, Pennsylvania – at the beautiful Bucks County Playhouse! The show kicks off at 8 pm sharp for an evening with yours truly. Come see us for one of our last shows before we hit the studio!
Now enjoy your SlyCam!
It is my utmost pleasure to present to you, the most beautiful, compact tubist from Goldhill, Colorado, Adderly!
P.S. Gig tonight at the beautiful Shepherdstown Opera House in Shepherdstown, WV. Show starts at 8.
After two months on the road we are officially home!
Tonight we celebrate our return by playing a show at the best neighborhood bar in Alabama with the best burgers in the country.
So if your in the gulf and looking for good music and great food, stop in to Callaghan’s Irish Social Club and have your fill of both! Show starts at 7:30ish, two sets.
then after the show we will drive back to the Crescent city to sleep in our own beds!
Ladies and Gentlemen,
It’s good to be back in good ol’ Winchester, VA, and boy are we excited to wrap up this Summer Tour with our Vaudeville Revue at the always lively Bright Box. Tonight’s entertainment is sure to be an unforgettable experience with comedy, burlesque, and hip-shaking good music!
That’s right, and it’s all happening tonight at the Bright Box. There are only a few tickets left so move quick. Showtime is 8 pm!
See y’all there!!
Just where did the Dashboard Hula Girl come from? When did it tip and become the retro icon that it is today? We have one ourselves – her name is Rita – and we’ve always wondered, and so we decided to do a little research…
We start to see the Hula Girl herself entering into American iconoclasm as early as the 1900’s as a symbol of tourism in Hawaii. Then in the 1920’s and 30s the earliest dolls begin to surface, usually made of bisque, or redware – a claylike material. In the 1950’s we start to see what is closest to the modern version – plastic – fauxgrass skirt, often holding a ukulele or doing the hulu hand thing. The large amount of American soldiers in and out of Hawaii during WWII helped spread her popularity stateside. Then surfer kids and beach bums in Cali brought her into national light, and thus the Dashboard Hulu Girl became the American pop star that she is today.
And there you have it folks. Show tonight in Frostburg, MD at Dante’s. Downbeat at 10pm. Don’t charge any porn to the room. Free tibet. Ad Astra per Apsera.
Thanks to Retroplanet and OnStar for the research information
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Tonight, we debut at Harrisburg, PA’s own Abbey Bar presented by the Appalachian Brewing Company! Eli Charleston and Shine Delphi will be kicking things off starting at 9, and we’ll be hitting the stage around 10:30. Come hang and make hump day the best day of the week!
Now, enjoy your SlyCam…
François Rabbath 1931-
Classical Upright Pedagogue/Solist/Composer/Badass
To start things off, here’s a clip of François being a badass/throwing an upright out of a window.
Born in Aleppo, Syria into a musical family François, taught himself bass at the age of thirteen. He continued studying at the Paris Conservatory where he quickly surpassed his teachers and established his solo career. His three-volume double bass method, Nouvelle technique de la contrebasse, smashed the previous technical limitations of bass, became standard reading for bassists worldwide, and started generations of new virtuosi.
A short composition by Rabbath called Iberique Peninsulare, performed by Volkan Orhan.
P.S. Gig tonight at 10th Avenue Burrito in beautiful Belmar, New Jersey. Show starts at 8:30.
Something great has begun… I can feel it….
Bobby Rush originally caught my ear with his New Orleans style, but his comedic flair was what kept me listening. These song just can’t help but put a smile on your face.
Come on out to Gypsy Sally’s in Washington D.C. tonight for an evening with the Dirty Bourbon River Show!
Tonight we’re making our debut in Bethlehem, PA at the Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks! Showtime is 7:30 PM so be sure to get out there early and get a good spot!
This tour has been full of good times, and I’m sure tonight is gonna be another one! See y’all there!