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Rock music has always been a lifeline for tormented teenagers, and no bands have tapped into that rich vein of adolescent angst like Third Eye Blind and Dashboard Confessional. When we heard about this co-headlining tour, we wanted to scribble about it in our high school diary. These groups’ original fans may be trudging into their 30s by now, but this double bill should bring out the youthful outcast in everyone.
Performing Sousa marches and other distinctively American songs from 1895-1935, this patriotic performance will feature the 18-member orchestra at its sharpest. The group dresses the way it sounds, like a vintage act from the early 20th century.
One of our favorite new bars isn't so new anymore, and to mark the auspicious occasion of its 2nd birthday, Twilite Lounge is throwing what amounts to a free, three-day party (coinciding nicely with July 4) featuring performances from bands like the Old 97's and the Quaker City Night Hawks.
In The Nance, Chauncey Miles’ on-stage vaudeville act as an effeminate homosexual is a smash hit with audiences. Off-stage, 1930s America hasn’t exactly warmed to the idea of a gay man living his life with the same amount of respect and dignity as anyone else. Miles (a role played by Nathan Lane in this play’s first incarnation) has to tango with his own self-loathing and a world that only accepts him when he’s acting.
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