Friday, April 5th, 2013 at 8:00pm
Auto Defiance plays chill moody intimate sets, with film. From a poem by that name by Rudyard Kipling, celebrating a pub in colonial India where Soldiers, Muslims, Hindus, Irish and all others chatted, smiled and viewed each other with warmth and respect.
Located in an historic old home on Oak intimate live sets at the histroric Rudyard Kipling:
on the Street where Temple Bodley cherished letters of the George Rogers Clark family, where from the second floor the Stites family watched boats ply Oak Street in 1937, "The Rud" preserves old brick, art glass, woodwork, and traditional Kentucky recipes blended with new music, theater, warmth and welcome.
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