Tuesday, November 09, 2010

TUES 11/9: Wrestling, Classical, Rock, Latin

Wow, small people wrestling and a German philharmonic orchestra on the same night. Don't say there are cool things to do in Boston!

If you're into Matt & Kim, you've probably already heard their new CD "Sidewalks". If you want to listen to it from beginning to end with a other people sittng around, you could go to the Enormous Room (8pm to 10:30pm) for a listening party.

Again, you can check "Little Debbie" snack cake Twitter to see where the promotional Airstream will be for some promotional giveaways. You can also enter to win prizes like a new Airstream trailer, digital cameras, etc.


TUES 11/9

PBR Presents: "The Great American Small Brawl!"
at Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W Newton St, Boston (South End)
FREE w/ RSVP / 21+

Feat: Wasted Talent, DJ Frank White

I tried to tell you earlier to RSVP. When you combine very short wrestlers with cheap beer and hip-hop, it has to be a party.

If you didn't go to Lucha Vavoom last night, you can get a small taste with some on the micro wrestlers (and probably other weirdness).

I hope you can still RSVP via Facebook or email (doors open at 7pm).

TUES 11/9

Leipzig Philharmonic: Guest Orchestra Concert
at Tsai Performance Center, Boston University, 685 Comm Ave, Boston

Program: Piano Concertos of Mozart

This performance is kind of a big deal for being a free, open-to-the-public gig. It looks like the Leipzig Philharmonic are no slouches who perform across Germany and around the world.

While they're rocking out on some of Mozart's piano concertos, one of the pianos on stage is a special Yamaha model that has never been played in Boston before and is the only one in the U.S. I guess that means it'll sound better...?

TUES 11/9

Planetoid (10pm), The Acre (9pm), Four Point Restraints (8pm)
at Church, 69 Kilmarnock St, Boston (Fenway)
FREE / 21+

You don't need to know Matt Conine to listen to the bands at his birthday party.

His friends have gathered a stoney, space-rock band of aliens & a robot, some atmospheric folk-rock, and Four Point Restraints who have a fresh take while sounding rather straightforward in some ways and non-rock in others.

TUES 11/9

Latinite: El Mariachi, La Babilla, Latina/Italia
at Cafe 939, 939 Boylston St, Boston (Back Bay)

Every November there's a Latin Music & Culture Celebration at Berklee, and I pretty much fell asleep on it. Besides tonight's free show, there's a concert tomorrow at Berklee Performance Center ($10) and several daytime events left.

This show will present Berklee students sharing some sounds from Mexico (El Mariachi fest. Paola Gonzalez), Colombia (La Babilla feat. Andreas Fonseca), and Brazil (Latina/Italia feat. Sissy Castrogiovanni).

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