Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Bobo Is Back at Mohawk Place

Bobo, the four-piece musical explosion/alcohol intervention that graced and pissed on stages in Buffalo for years during the late 1990s (and early 2000s?) will perform a reunion show at 10 p.m. Friday, March 13, at Mohawk Place, 37 East Mohawk Street at Ellicott Street, in Buffalo.
The band features frontman extraordinaire Jimmer Phillipps on vocals and (sometimes plugged in) guitar, Frank Sterlace on guitars and vocals, Marc Hunt on bass and backing vocals and Pat Shaughnessy on drums, and will perform a $5 late show, with The Irving Klaws bringing their sleazy rockabilly, psycho and 1960s garage rock onto the bill. For those who may somehow be unaware, Bobo played a sometimes melodic, sometimes shambling, sometimes sloppy, sometimes near-violent but always energetic form of power pop and punk rock blend.
And no doubt, donations will be accepted for the Jimmer Phillipps "Can I Borrow a Smoke Fund," but heaven knows if you needs the bar fund at this stage. Liver transplant donors are on call, just in case.

1 Comments:

Blogger Jessica said...

The goal of a drug and alcohol intervention is to help the individual acknowledge their behavior and recognize that they need professional help.

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