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

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