The Show Report, 8/1: Washington Irving, we barely knew ye

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Tonight marks the last show for local indie rockers Washington Irving, a farewell at Lindberg’s that also marks a return of sorts for Faatherton and the latest in a steadily growing number of concert appearances for the highly rated Ghost Dance. With singer Brett O’Neal leaving for law school in Illinois, Washington Irving hangs it up with one of the 2008’s best local albums under its belt and, hopefully, a fantastic farewell show to be remembered by. Good luck, guys.

Also happening tonight:

* Truett & The Traitors, Models Need Sleep and Matt Long at The Outland

* Seedlove, Roots of Mankind and Phases at Nathan P. Murphy’s

* The Expectations at Lili’s Diner

* G-14 at The High Life Live Martini Lounge

* Devlin Pierce at Schultz & Dooley’s

* Mike McClure Band and Brian Lumley & The Red Dirt Underground at The Outland Ballroom

* Tuck & Abney at Classic Sports

* Raven Symone at Ozark Empire Fair Grandstand Stage

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One Response to “The Show Report, 8/1: Washington Irving, we barely knew ye”

  1. stinkyedwards Says:

    …and everyone’s favorite tube-amp repairman, Dano and his band MUSTACHE at Patton Alley Pub!

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