Cherie Currie, lead singer of the Runaways, headlines a Boston show during Boston Pride on Saturday June 11th with special guests Gene Dante, Gretchen Bonaduce, Sarah McGuinness and Marianne Toilet all to benefit Bagly.org, an organization in Boston helping the high risk youth of our city.
JENNY DEE AND THE DEELINQUENTS with AIRPORT, GENE DANTE and THE FUTURE STARLETS and WORSEFINGER Friday 11/6 JENNY DEE AND THE DEELINQUENTS with... AIRPORT GENE DANTE AND THE FUTURE STARLETS WORSEFINGER $15 advance / $15 at the door 8:30 doors / 9:00 show (9 pm - Worsefinger / 9:45 - Gene Dante & The Future Starlets / 10:45 - Jenny Dee/ 11:45 - Airport) www.jennydeemusic.com www.facebook.com/listentoairport www.genedante.com Jenny Dee and The Deelinquents team up with the rocking' Airport, Gene Dante and The Future Starlets and Worsefinger to bring a killer night of big rock, girl group vocals and glam infused pop Jenny Dee made her start with notable Boston bands, The Downbeat 5 and The Dents, before deciding to indulge her love for the girl group and soul sounds of the 1960's. The band released their debut CD in March of 2010 called 'Keeping Time' and a 7" 45 vinyl single in October. The band have supported Eli "Paperboy" Reed & The True Loves, Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens, The Breeders, and were the opening act for J. Geils Band & Aerosmith at Fenway Park. They have also been the backing band for La La Brooks, legendary lead singer for The Crystals ("Da Doo Ron Ron", "Then He Kissed Me") on a number of shows, including the Ponderosa Stomp. "With so many bands looking to the 80's for inspiration, rummaging through the dustbins of a more distant past may seem like a revelation. So it goes on the new self-titled album of Boston-based Township (out 10/28) on tracks like "Beaver Fever" and "Sinister Minister," where the songs are as good as their titles' rhymes and the band works up a churning 70's funk while it sweats out classic riffs. With sludgy grooves, scorching solos, and Southern Gothic operas, Township fires off a series of timeless anthems that resonate like sun-bleached Polaroids." Boston Magazine, October 2008
FOUR POINT RESTRAINTS (9pm) "Unsettling, ominous, grim and dark..." - Camille Barichello, Music Savage GENE DANTE & THE FUTURE STARLETS (10pm) "A post-glam rat pack who mix up a stiff cocktail of trash-meets-class." SPO (11pm) "A local music scene spinner" whose lyrics are reflective of his involvement in the Boston local music community. Doors at 8pm, $5 cover
Label: Omnirox Entertainment
Manager: Lisa van Oosterum
Bio: The Future Starlets are a post-glam rat pack who mix up a stiff cocktail of trash-meets-class.
IN A SHAKER: Combine bitter, seen-it-all lyrics with smooth guitars. Shake with bass and simple beats. Serve in a chilled martini glass and garnish with sweet harmonies.
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"When sex gets drunk, sex calls up Gene Dante. If you maintain eye contact with Gene Dante for longer than 15 seconds, you will become pregnant. Period. If Gene Dante’s erection persists for longer than four hours, that’s called a Tuesday. Gene Dante has been known to sweat entire olives. Gene Dante doesn’t apply eyeshadow to his eyes—he applies eyes to his shadow. Gene Dante and his band, the Future Starlets, will be onstage at Church, and he will be singing only to you. “M-m-m-me?,” you’ll ask, not willing to believe that such an angelic being could have interest in something so base. “Yes, you,” he’ll respond devilishly, using his sexy telepathy. Selexpathy."