Saturday, July 26, 2003

THIS FRIDAY: August 1st

First Frickin' Friday #7:

Ralph Carney


Bucky Sinister

doors at 8:30pm

show at 9pm(ish) at

21 Grand in Oakland

This will be an incredible show!!! Ralph is an amazing horn-player, who started with Akron pre-post-punk sensations Tin Huey and went on to become a regular in Tom Waits' band as well as playing with everyone from William S. Burroughs to Galaxie 500.
Locally you may have seen him play with Mr Lucky or the Oranj Symphonette. Check out his website for more on him and his brand new solo album. Ralph will play live and talk about his music, his instruments, the Tin Huey reunion, and a whole lot more!!

Bucky is a fixture on the San Francisco spoken word scene. His book King of the Roadkills was published by Manic D Press, and his work is featured in the The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry (amongst such writers
as Jack Micheline, Diane DiPrima, and Jim Carroll). He also recently appeared in the stage version of Reservoir Dogs at Spanganga Bucky will read from his work to begin the evening.

For all you San Franciscans who need help finding the East Bay, once again the BART Pool will be in effect to help you. Stay tuned for more details.

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