Feb 25, 2011
01:34 PMTulsa Sound
Your weekend just called and …
Fiawna Forté – The Savage Young – Teddy Jackeddy at The Eclipse (1336 E. 6th St.). *File under “indie rock”
The reigning queen of local indie rock, Fiawna Forté brings her accomplished band of heathens with her to headline this show at Eclipse. Joining her will be The Savage Young just back from their tour of Tunisia, Egypt and Libya and Teddy Jackeddy (“I’ll take obscure Tulsa references from the 70s for $500, Alex.”).
Three bands for $5.
Fiawna Forte’ plays her famous and infamous (see: thunderstorms + amps = bad) show at 2009 Dfest:
Gogo Plumbay at Fassler Hall (304 S. Elgin – just around the corner from the “bookstore”). *File under “jazz for people who don’t like jazz”.
Some of Tulsa’s best musicians make up Gogo Plumbay but they’d rather you not know that until you’re standing there dragging your mouth on the bar’s floor and your brains are in with the duck fat at Fassler’s deep fryer. They are the great and if you haven’t seen them yet, first bludgeon yourself then head to Fassler’s Saturday night and buy me a beer for telling you about them.
Gogo Plumbay at the Colony playing Radiohead’s, “The National Anthem”:
Kim Lenz and her Jaguars with Adam Lopez and the Lo-Tops at Crystal Pistol (417 N. Main St.). *File under, “red-haired rockabilly.”
Kim Lenz and her Jaguars have been drag racing their fuel-injected rock into greasers’ heads since her self-titled first release in 1998. Her recent self-produced release, “It’s All True!” has gotten some great reviews for this left coast pin up and should be a killer night of music on a Sunday night on Main Street.
“Zombie for Your Love”: