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Brooklyn Vegan: Mark Bell of LFO, RIP


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Rock and Blues Benefit Festival to Help Save the Bolton Fair & Fairgrounds -- Sat. 10/13

This is a fundraiser to save the Bolton Fair and Fairgrounds. In 2012, the Bolton Fair had a very poor turnout because of three days of rain, this created deep financial trouble. If the Bolton Fair doesn't make enough money this year to pay their bills, their fifty-three acres of land will be sold to housing developers and the fair will close for good. The Bolton Fair was established in 1874. Since the beginning, the Bolton Fair has been run entirely by a volunteer staff. Support local music and help save the Bolton Fair this Saturday, October 13.

Gates 11am -- Bands 12-6pm -- Rain or shine
Food supplied by Firefly's Bodacious Bar-B-Que

5:00 PM ~ The Bruce Marshall Group (pictured)
4:00 PM ~ James Montgomery Blues Band
3:00 PM ~ Eastwood Peak
2:00 PM ~ The Chris Fitz Band
1:00 PM ~ Butch Bazillion & Lost
12:00 PM ~ Marty Beecy & The Rogue Loons

$20 in Advance Online with Credit Cards
$25 at the Gate with Cash Only
Children 10 and Under are Free.


THE BOLTON FAIR, INC

The Fairgrounds at Lancaster
318 Seven Bridge Road (Rt 117)
Lancaster, MA 01523

--The Deli Staff


Squidhouse of Horror Halloween Show -- Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys + special guests @ BMH

This Halloween, Boston's own Walter Sickert brings you the Squidhouse of Horror -- a night of masquerade music and mayhem at Brighton Music Hall.

Hosted by Johnny Blazes- a vaudeville performer notorious throughout the US for combining glitter with sophistication, clowning with drag, and burlesque.

Starring:
XNY - The Brooklyn based rock duo is making a special trip up to their old stompin' grounds for a Halloween extravaganza full of tricks and treats.

Darling Pet Munkee (CD Release) - Releasing their second EP,  _You Better Believe It!_, the night of the show.

Moe Pope - Brings abstract prose and pure adrenalin-fueled-angst to the stage, he's the treat to lure you into the trick.

Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys - Always full of deceptive, dexterous, ingenious feats of musical mayhem, special surprises abound including covers you've been clamoring for, and a special preview of their new album Soft Time Traveler.

Interstitial burlesque performances to some of your favorite creepy hits by the Bunny Collaborative.

Wednesday, October 31, Brighton Music Hall
Doors 8 PM; Show 9 PM; 18+
Advance Box Office Price $15
Halloween Night!

Click here to RSVP and click here to buy tickets in advance.

--The Deli Staff


Deli CMJ Shows 2012: Young Magic, Wildlife Control. EndAnd, Foxygen, Snowmine, Hundred Waters, Dynasty Electric, You Bred Raptors? + a TON MORE!!

 

We can finally announce The Deli's CMJ 2012 shows! All the links to the bands' music profiles are here. We booked 82 bands!!!

The Deli's Staff


Mean Creek Release New Music Video; Support Counting Crows on Fall Tour

Boston-based rock quartet Mean Creek are excited to announce the release of the music video for their new single, "Young & Wild". Directed by P. Nick Curran of Loroto Productions, the video for "Young & Wild" captures the innocence, the excitement and the carefree joy of youthful moments reflected in the song's message.

In addition to the release of the video, Mean Creek recently announced their November tour of the U.S. supporting Counting Crows. Marking the band's second stint with Counting Crows, the tour will begin on Tuesday, October 23 in Port Chester, NY, at The Capitol Theatre and will take in 14 evenings across the U.S., culminating in an appearance at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA, on Saturday, November 24. Prior to the tour, the band will be performing as part of this year's CMJ Music Marathon from October 16-19.

Mean Creek will be playing in Boston, MA on October 11 at Brighton Music Hall. The show is the official release of Youth Companion.


Q&A with The Deli's Band of the Month: Hey Ice Machine

Deli NE: How did the band start?

Hey Ice Machine: All the members of the band have been playing in the local Boston music scene for a long time in some pretty great bands (Fuzzy, Frank Smith, Mittens, Come, Muy Cansado, Thalia Zedek, Consonant, etc.). We decided to get together and jam and write some songs. We kept it relaxed and really had no expectations other than to hang out and play music. In the end we wrote a lot of great songs and decided to put out an album.

Click here to read the rest of our Q&A with Hey Ice Machine


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