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This Week At The Hideout

Hey Hey Everyone,
Before we get into this week’s upcoming shows we wanted to let you know about a few things…
For those of you who couldn’t make it to the Portlandia show last week we are sorry and we really do wish we could’ve packed everyone in here.  Here’s a bunch of pictures and review from Brooklyn Vegan along with Fred and Carrie saying sweet things about the show on Fox News the morning after.  In classic Hideout fashion we made some Fred & Carrie pinatas that crowd surfed through the audience for the encore and then got ripped to shreds closing out the show.

We’ve also wanted to let you know about a great show coming up that is Hideout family & friends related. Theater Oobleck presents “The Hunchback Variations Opera” — Mark Messing’s musical adaptation of Mickle Maher’s “cerebral, comic, and just plain weird” 2002  play The Hunchback Variations, a deft deconstruction of the creative process disguised as a panel discussion between Ludwig van Beethoven and Quasimodo, the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Weds-Sun, Jan. 25-Feb 19 at Victory Gardens Biograph Theater.
Alright on to the shows coming this week:
Tonight Wine From The Moon presents a healthy dose of americana with, Jane & The Pretty Pleases,Machine Gun Mojo, and Liza Day.
Friday we have early set in the front bar with guitarist Bill MacKay. Later in the evening  Ami Saraiya & Outcome, Ode, and Captain Captain will all bring us various eclectic sounds from areas both near and far.
Saturday is the 21st Annual St. Timothy Party bringing the smoky voiced Tim Menard & The Flying Nowakowski Brothers to the stage. The dance party that evening will be hosted by none other than the infamous Hot Grits!
Monday has Robbie Fulks performing with The Pussycat Trio.

Tuesday we’ve got an early show with Write Club our favorite literary smackdown, followed by The Dogpatch Ramblers.

Wednesday it’s time for Soup & Bread again, followed by the Immediate Sounds Series which presents Fred Lonberg-Holm’s Lightbox Orchestra doing two sets.

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