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We shall gather as a musical tribe once more for Tarot readings, poetry and musicial mayhem from Shepherd Boy Records recording artist Direwood and the very cream of the crop of local artists. All in celebration of everyone's favorite gothic horror poet's birthday. Proceeds go directly to The Venture Compound. 7:30 Welcome. First poets session of the evening. 7:50 Sara Smith- Smith Lavander 8:10 Poet Session two 8:25 CANSOULED 8:45 CIGGY POP 9:05 Rest in Satin Silence 9:35 Direwood 10:05 Hell Garbage 10:25 Poet Session Three 11:00 Future Lab Rats- Watts Hopp 11:30 BLK MAS 12:00 Hanging with Mr. Carradine 12:20 DC 9V 12:50 Final Remarks and Poet Session four 1:00 Whitey Alabastard. Poetry readings by Wayne S. Williams, Michael Couling, Wayne Mason, Alexander Cole Eisenberg, Eric Walz, Augustus Sol Invictus, and more! Dress: Black, Goth, Edgar Allen Poe, Party Hats, Black Balloons, Fake Moustaches. Please bring these things! What I envision is music, poets, music, poets, music, poets and music .and poets Five Bucks
Going Back To Coli
Vocals, Programming, recording, lyrics, songwriting.
Michael Patrick (programming,, drums, beats, guitars, bass, vocals, production) and Black Tommy (production), D.J. Hollow Life-Production and sound.
Sounds Like: Gorrilaz, Beastie Boys, Beck, Mike Patton, LEIF(kolt)
Label: Shepherd Boy Records
Manager: Michael Couling
An instinctive musician from the age of six, when he could already sing any tune he heard, Michael dominates the bass, drums, harmonica, kazoo, and keyboard.
He ruefully recalls the first album he bought with his own money: “Amy Grant—The Collection. That’s about as bad as it gets, and it’s been ...See Full Bio
"I do this for you, because I love you. I'ma keep it 100."- Ghostface Killah.
“Like the artists, this music is unconventional, like America without Democrats and Republicans. It starts out like 3 a.m. at a Rainbow Gathering but by the second song explodes like a lyrical riot in an urban moshpit. Minimalist though popping production is not sponsored by Monsanto, but does the job like a primal scream. The voice of Direwood is the vox populi, contemporary angst for those for whom hypocritical posing cant rate. What greater can one give but the whole self? The heartfelt can't help but be relevant. Eddie Riott, 2013”