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Live Bands

Mothers Fathers Sisters Brothers, Rubycon, Rosalind Parducci & Amber Grimes

When: Thu., Aug. 31, 8-11 p.m. 2017

Noise Pop band, Mothers Fathers Sisters Brothers, embarks on a 10 day tour of the west coast this summer. They return to the Lost Coast August 31st, bringing their heavily textural indie music to the Palm Lounge at the Eureka Inn. The songs they will perform are written by Benji Marx and brought to the stage with Ian Turner on synthesizers and Brendan Dreaper on drums. Brooklyn-based, Rubycon, will be opening the show with a solo set and joining the bill are local violin and bass sensations Rosalind Parducci and Amber Grimes of the nu folk band No Pardon.

Price: 5 sliding scale

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