Nurse Novels Get Out Of The House

Louisville was snowing and I was broke.
Somehow I succeeded in being unproductive.
But we found Colonel Sanders grave.
So there's that.

My stay-at-home band The Nurse Novels will be leaving the house this week.

Saturday, January 15, 2011
We will provide music and smiles for The Paper Machete.
It's a salon in a saloon.
An original song written specially for the show will be performed.
By us.

The Paper Machete
4644 N Lincoln, Chicago

"What about Tuesday, January 18, 2011?" you might ask.
You would ask that.

Next Tuesday we are playing a show inside of a rock club.
Somebody named the club Subterranean.
We will be playing on the second floor, which is technically superterranean.
It looks to be an interesting bill.

• Our pal Transmontane from the PRF will open the evening with his guitar and his mouth.
• Followed by Thea's bluegrass band. Last year they provided the music for The New Colony Theater's production of That Sordid Little Story. Right now they are tentatively calling themselves The Family Gun.
• Then Elvisbride will take the stage. Like Thea's bluegrass outfit, Elvisbride says:
"We are a band that was a play and is now a band"
This septet of thespian gypsies features our very own Tom Vale on drums.
• Nurse Novels close the evening.
Half of the band is moving in a couple of months.
We only have a few more shows left.

So please come.
This is me promoting it.

The Nurse Novels
The Family Gun

Tuesday, January 18, 2011 8pm
2011 W North Ave

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