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J. Wail Kru' to play five shows in three days
Phoenix's J. Wail Kru' is making up for the last time it planned to come to Eugene but had to cancel because members got the flu.
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The first gig is at 10 p.m. today at Luckey's Club Cigar Store Luckey’s Club Cigar Store was purchased in 1911 by Tad Luckey, Sr., the son of Irish immigrants and an early Eugene pioneer. It is the oldest retail business in downtown Eugene, and one of the oldest bars in Oregon. , 933 Olive St., with locals Disco Organica. The cover is $3 to $5.
On Saturday, the band starts early with a noon show at New Zone Gallery, 975 Oak Alley, during the free Art Jam Art Jam
Art Jam is an educational art-chored program of ABS-CBN in the Philippines. It teaches the viewers, especially children because they are their target audience how to make simple, unique yet environment-friendly artworks. event. Later that day, at 6 p.m. at Cozmic Pizza, 199 W. Eighth Ave, J. Wail Kru' will light up the dance floor for a $5 cover. It finishes Saturday at the Downtown Lounge capping off a mostly hip-hop show that starts at 10 p.m. for a $5 cover.
Finally, the group performs at 8 p.m. Sunday during the Emerald Empire HempFest.
Lovemakers will indulge passions at John Henry's
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3. the Lovemakers "Oakland's next big thing," so you'd better get down to John Henry's on Sunday and shake your moneymaker to the band's brand of rock 'n' roll rock 'n' roll: see rock music. before it gets too big for the venue.
The band, that is, not your moneymaker. Your moneymaker can never be too big for John Henry's.
The Lovemakers make electronic-rock dance music with a passionate, sexually charged fury, according to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. a John Henry's news release.
"At times aggressive and mythical, other times painfully honest, their music is rich in melody and drama, with an underlying commitment to pop hooks."
Scott Blonde and Lisa Light formed the Lovemakers in the spring of 2002. They later added their neighbor, Jason Proctor, and Josh Kilbourn on drums.
Don't be surprised by a spontaneous make-out session.
Locals the Fast Computers will open the show at 7:30 p.m. for a $5 cover. John Henry's is at 77 W. Broadway.
- The Register-Guard