Dawes w. Jason Boesel + Lowell Thompson – 2.21.10

Will be slinging some tickets at the Hardcore & Metal showcase but hope to make it over to the Monkey House in time for Dawes to back up Jason Boesel.

Maybe even catch Lowell & Co.

Something for some folks who feel up for a wee bit -o-alt country indie esque jams. Wish we had some fire works.

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– Dawes

Dawes may look the part of a typical indie-rock band, but these are country-rock hippies at heart, if “When You Call My Name” is any indication. Theirs is music of a stripe heard when Gram Parsons joined The Byrds and then founded The Flying Burrito Brothers, when The Band hit its stride withoutBob Dylan, and when the original Jayhawksbreathed new life into the genre two decades ago.NPR

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Jason Boesel

For the last 15 years, LA-based drummer Jason Boesel has been planted firmly behind the kit, keeping time for the likes of Rilo Kiley, Bright Eyes, The Elected, and more recently, Conor Oberst and The Mystic Valley Band. Boesel was inspired to pick up the guitar and write his own record after his friends raved about the first song he ever wrote: ‘Hustler’s Son.’ Now, a few studio sessions later, Jason Boesel announces his solo debut for Team Love Records: ‘Hustler’s Son,’ out January 12, 2010.

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Lowell Thompson & Crown Pilot

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additional information and links to upcoming events at MSR Presents

~ Sunday February 21st, 2010 – The Monkey House – Doors 8 – $8 ~

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