Thursday, April 28, 2005

Musician's Needed- Broad Ripple Farmers Market

Musicians Needed-Broad Ripple Farmers Market

Thursday, April 28 2005 @ 08:15 AM EDT
Contributed by: Nora
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The Broad Ripple Village Association is looking for musicians to play for a few hours during the Saturday Farmers Market. You would play from 9:00-10:30-ish. No pay, but the opportunity to cell CD's and other merchandise you might have.
The market is very well attended and is moving to the Art Center this year.
The market opens on Saturday, May 28th and will run each Saturday
through October from 7:30-11am.
Let me know if you're interested.
Availale dates:
May 28
June 4
June 11
June 18
June 25
July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30
August 6
August 13
August 20
August 27
September 3
September 10
September 17
September 24
October 1
October 8
October 15
October 22
October 29

Saturday, April 16, 2005

Chris Stamey 4/20

Hello Sunshine!
Chris Stamey, of the legendary 80's pop band THE DB'S will be playing an acoustic show at the Indy Hostel. And Indianapolis' own (and my personal favorite) Tad Armstrong will be opening. Not only is Chris a terrific musician, but he's produced some amazing folks...Ryan Adams, Matthew Sweet, Tift Merritt, Yo La Tango and Freedy Johnston.

Wednesday, April 20
Indy Hostel
4903 Winthrop Ave
door 7:00
Tad Armstrong 7:30
Chris Stamey 8:00
$10/only fifty tickets will be sold
to purchase e-mail me or call Tim Cohn 250.7300

This show will sell out, so be sure and RSVP.
I can wait to see you!

Thursday, April 7, 2005

The Amy Lashley Band

Happy Indianapolis Indians Opening Day,
Wheee...Spring is really here.
And to celebrate come and see the beautiful and talented Miss Amy Lashley and her terrific band. You might recognize Amy from CATH and now of the Northside News Cafe. From now on you'll know her as an amazing singer and songwriter.
l. Amy Lashely Band 4/8, 9pm the Harrison Center
ll. Aaron, Stasia and Tad 4/8, 10:30 the Upper Room
lll. Bill Mallonee and & Vigilantes of Love & Mercy Creek 4/9, 8pm,
Radio Radio

CATH Concert Series
The Amy Lashley Band
Friday, April 8
9:00 pm
The Harrison Center Underground
1505 N. Delaware
free/all ages/nonsmoking

"Amy Lashley is a singer/songwriter happily planted in the Midwest. She writes songs with a simple, front porch feel--rural and rootsy; And sings with a rich warm voice that can fill a room with broken hearts. Miss Amy also likes to give Patsy Cline a whirl, then drive an old pick-up through a jazz standard...." You can hear her tunes at
I'll see you there!

Aaron, Stasia and Tad
Friday, April 8
The Upper Room
(above Broad Ripple Steak House)
21 and over
small cover

Aaron's visiting from Austin, TX and his Middletown pals are getting together for an acoustic show. It's Aaron's birthday, Stasia will be armed with baby pictures, and Tad's sounding better than ever. A great night of music...see Amy at the Underground and head to the Upper Room. Wheee!

Bill Mallonee & Vigilantes of Love and Mercy Creek
Saturday, April 9th
Radio Radio
1119 E. Prospect St, Fountain Square
21 and over (id required)
$10 to benefit the Timmy Foundation
Presale tickets: Luna music stores Timmy office in Glendale.
Call for more info: 317-253-8466.

Two great bands for one great cause. The Timmy Foundation is a locally based group with global impact. Click here: :: Timmy ::
Bill Mallonee Official Site and

Friday, April 1, 2005

April Goodness

Hello April Fools*,

You can tell it's Springtime, the daffodils are blooming and musicians are out touring!

Thanks to Mary Lee Pappas for the great review of the Whiskey Breath Travelers at the Indy Hostel. Check it out in the current NUVO. NYC singers deliver great show.

l. 3 Chicago+1 Louisville=Amazing Show, Friday (4/1), 8 pm Abbey
ll. Sign up on Queen Bee

l. danny flanigan
Shelley Miller
Dave Golden
Samantha Twigg Johnson
Friday, April 1
9 pm
Abbey Coffeehouse
825 N. Pennsylvania Street

This is a "dream team" show. I could wear you out with all of the great stuff I could say about these folks, so I'll keep it to a sentence (or so) each about them.
+Louisville's danny flanigan is one of my all time favorites. I know the words to all of his songs. If I'm stuck on a desert island I'd want him (and his guitar) there.
+When Chicago's Shelly Miller heard that CATH was closing she made a special trip to Indianapolis to give me a hug, candy and a cool-ass purse that looks like a puppy. Check out the review of her Midwest Music Show at CATH. / MMS ’04 in review
+Dave Golden also played at the MMS last summer. One of the great stories...he met Shelly and Samantha at CATH and the rest is history.
+Samantha Twigg Johnson played at CATH and stayed at my house during MMS 2004. She's amazing and talented. I can't wait to see/hear her again.

ll. Queen Bee Music

Please check out the website and sign up. I'd like to send out the updates from there and get rid of this bulky e-mail list.

*and the April Fool greeting is typed with love!
I hope to see you at the Abbey!