Friday, December 21, 2007

This Week's Shameless Budgeteer Plug: Six Mile Grove, Renegade's holiday revue, free T-shirts and some exciting Giljunko news!

Liquor in Lakeside? Whose side you on?!

"Six Mile Grove's Pure Farm Boy Charm"
-- Six Mile Grove’s Brandon Sampson talks about growing up in 504-strong Lyle, Minn. (Well, to be completely accurate, it was only 500 at the time; but, as the joke goes, a new family moved in.)

"It's Official: Renegade's Holiday Revue More Fun than 'Drunkle' Saul"
-- It’s hard to believe “Walkin’ in a Bergson Wonderland, or: I’ll be Herb for Christmas” is Renegade Comedy Theatre’s 17th holiday revue. (Find out why....)

Since the "Where in the Northland is Matt Perrine?" contest is still alive and well, I thought I'd offer another exclusive clue so you, my faithful Fly High, Duluth! reader, can win big (!): My wife won a gift certificate from the Electric Fetus at this week's secret location -- which she, of course, promptly surrendered to her CD-obsessed hubby. (What a gal!)

Finally, in case you haven't already heard, Giljunko's reunion is turning out to be more than just a few random shows: According to frontman Mark Lindquist, the group will be recording an EP over the winter up at Rich Mattson's Iron Range studio (where Lindquist recorded the Little Black Books' stellar new LP "Sparta Circle Drive"). Twin Ports, rejoice -- your band is back in the saddle!

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