21
Apr
08

KEEP IT ON THE BROWNLOWE: Tragically UnHeard Of…Grandpa’s Ghost Stories.

emBrownlowe


TRAGICALLY UNHEARD OF
SHOW OF THE WEEK
Grandpa’s Ghost Stories

Last weekend was awesome! For weeks I had anticipated to see this hot queer mess emerge from their dark lair. Grandpa’s Ghost Stories features Kayla (the Ovulators), Radio Sloan, Jen Agosta, Bob (Swan Island) and Metal Nikki. Needless to say, I was blown away. Grandpa’s Ghost Stories played their first show ever to a (intimate invite only) crowd in their own living room…or rather, the foyer of a fortress complete with a disco ball and mechanical singing skeleton heads. I was lucky enough to get close enough to film part of it:

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4 Responses to “KEEP IT ON THE BROWNLOWE: Tragically UnHeard Of…Grandpa’s Ghost Stories.”


  1. 1 The Bearded Traveler
    April 22, 2008 at 8:19 pm

    MAN

    Why was this not a public show?

    Now I feel like I am missing out!

    I am diggin that flashing lamp. Now I want 1) to see this band, 2) have a flashing lamp.

  2. 2 gaycondo
    April 22, 2008 at 9:48 pm

    ha. yeah that band is hot. and the disco rotating light was awesome. i feel like such a doof though cause (the singer) brushed past me as I was leaning against the wall video taping and pushed the light on and then i leaned back and it turned off by accident….BOO!!!!!!!!
    EM

  3. 3 The Bearded Traveler
    April 23, 2008 at 8:26 pm

    Actually, I was referring to that stained-glass sorta lamp,
    the standing lamp!

    (I like disco balls, too.)


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