We are psyched to return to the birthplace of Lovely Socialite this week – the UW Campus. Years ago, we spent the night in the UW Music building cramming in our last rehearsal for Ben Willis’ senior bass recital. This was our first official gig as Lovely Socialite. This Friday, we’ll return to the campus EIGHT YEARS LATER. Holy shit, Pat’s getting old…
I mean, look…first Socialite baby and the kid is 3/4 of the way through a year…
Felix will be signing CDs at the show.
…we’ll be sharing the stage with Nestle (Rob Lundberg, Cyrus Pireh, and Ryan Packard) who are a very fantastic improvised/experimental trio. We’re looking forward to it.
InDIGenous Series: Lovely Socialite and Nestle
Friday, Nov 3, 2017
7:30pm (doors at 7:00pm)
Q&A session after the show
EVENT INFO FROM WISCONSIN UNION DIRECTORATE
WRITE-UP ON TONE MADISON
Ps-we’ll be releasing a brand new music video for “Glass” this week. Stay tuned. We are really impressed with the work that Joe Ludwig has done on this one.
On July 15th, we’ll be releasing DoubleShark at Art In (Madison) along with our friends And Illusions and Left Field Quartet. This is a DOUBLE release show as Left Field will also be releasing their album that night. #Nice.
Also, we’ve recently checked in with Scott Gordon at Tone Madison regarding this upcoming release. You’ll even be able to hear an exclusive preview track here.
We had the most excellent opportunity to perform as “Leo Johnson and the New Shoes” last weekend at the Twin Peaks-themed “Madison Night Light: The Owls are Not What They Seem”.
We’ve spent the last few weeks writing arrangements of music from Twin Peaks and were fortunate enough to be joined by Geoff Brady (drum kit), Julian Lynch(woodwinds), and Rob Lundberg (bass) for this event.
Here you’ll find an interview Brian conducted with Tone Madison about the process of adapting Angelo Badalamenti’s original score:
Tone Madison: Brian Grimm on channeling the music of Twin Peaks