The duo builds its music note by note, beat by beat, in front of the audience. Nothing is preconceived or prerecorded. There are no backing tracks or samples. Every bassline, drop and transition is improvised and looped live and in the moment, creating a one-of-a-kind experience for every individual audience at every single show.
A rip-off — err, adaptation — of the 1975 cult-classic “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” a film as gut-bustlingly hilarious as it is irreverently absurd, “Spamalot” combines the best parts of the British comedy group’s cheeky Arthurian parody with songs, dances and fish slaps.
Ruth Watson recently adapted her 2012 book, “Blackberry Days of Summer,” into a play that will premiere at Alexandria’s MetroStage theater next month.
To all you Detroit-area robbery crews, we should probably warn you right away: It's just not a good idea to pick 1837 Buena Vista Street for your big — and final — score. Take our word for it, walk away.
“We should be sitting on some beach, sipping whiskey on the rocks and listening to jazz tonight,” a girlfriend once told me.
Lockn’ 2016 kicks off Thursday. Here’s your last-minute planning guide:
When you really look at it, punk rock and lowdown country aren’t all that different.
So I have this thing for British detective fiction.
Last Saturday concluded the kickoff year of Jammin’ on the James, a night of food and music at Amherst County’s Riveredge Park.