We’re getting our rears in gear, and you should too. Come see the world’s finest collection of musicians ever assembled (Earl, Tim, Colin, and our new bassist, Will) at the Beale Street Bar in SF. Tomorrow night. It will be extreme.
Archive for July, 2009
The show on August 11th (not 1st) at The Element Lounge has been moved to Blondie’s Bar and No Grill in SF. Not to worry, changes of any sort almost always cause us to rock harder. See you there.
We are pleased to announce that we’ll be playing this Saturday, August 1st at the Beale Street Bar and Grill in San Francisco. The show starts at 8:30, $5 cover, 21+ etc. So put on your weathered, wrinkly old home-made Lime Colony t-shirt – the one you drew on in puff paint (remember puff paint?) – and make a trip to the conveniently and centrally located Beale Street Bar. Summary and map follow:
Saturday, August 1st (8/1)
Beale Street Bar and Grill, San Francisco, CA
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Wonderful people of the world, rejoice! Lime Colony is venturing into the spolight once more! On August 11th, 2009, we will be playing live at Blondie’s Bar and No Grill in San Francisco (http://blondiesbar.com – see map below). The event is called Collective Tuesday. There will be a total of 10 (!) bands with musical styles ranging from hip-hop to indie-style rock, but don’t worry, most will play only one or two songs, while we, yes we, will be entertaining with a full 40 minute set. At the end, in true battle-of-the-bands form, the audience will vote on their favorite band. This is your night to shine, gentlefans, for you can contribute to the success of this, the greatest folky rocky band ever to come from a combination of Burlingame, Berkeley and Oakland.
Cover is $7, 21+
So come out and show your support for your very favorite band (at least your favorite band that is playing on 8/11 in San Francisco).
Happy Independence Day! Party safe and report all fires. And when you’re playing ‘Name All The Original Colonies’ (George Washington’s favorite drinking game, btw), don’t forget the fourteenth colony – Lime. It’s near Delaware.