We’re getting the last bits ready for tonight!
Amazing music from The Phil Aiken Army, The Dents, Muck and the Mires and The Sprained Ankles…
Plus, the chance to win:
Two tickets to ANY ArtsEmerson performance in the 2015-2016 season!
A specially selected bangle set from ALEX AND ANI / CHARITY BY DESIGN!
Two chances to win 6 lbs of whole bean coffee from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, including a specially selected set by Mike Oliver!
An after work pool party for 20 people, snacks included at Jillian’s Boston!
We’ll see you at the Midway tonight!!
Let’s just start this out with Tankenstein:
Yes, that’s a kazoo. Yes, that’s a punk band.
Goofy, garage, punk. Guaranteed good time. How can you NOT love a song about a vampire girlfriend?
In fact, Amanda decided to wear her old school Rowdy Roddy Piper T shirt to the first night of Crash Safely because the Ankles are playing. One-up her and wear your Macho Man Randy Savage gear!
Who are The Dents? Well, seeing as you asked:
Jen D’Angora (aka Jenny Dee), Vocals and Guitar. Michelle Paulhus, Vocals and Bass. Craig Adams, Guitar. Kevin Pickering, Drums.
Now that we’ve got that out of the way…
What do they sound like?
We’ll let the music do the talking…. here’s “Better Off”:
They’re heading to the Midway on 10/17 with the Sprained Ankles, Muck and the Mires and the Phil Aiken Army! You don’t wanna miss this lineup!
Tickets $10, 21+.
The Maybe Sump’ms already rode around NYC last weekend, but you can still donate! In fact, we could really use the help! Keep in mind that 100% of the proceeds from Crash Safely also go to same pool and help fund crucial research into MS, patient assistance programs and fellowships for MS specialists.
In fact, ECTRIMS (the European Committee for Treatment and Research In Multiple Sclerosis) just ended and highlighted some major research breakthroughs, including:
- “NEDA”- No Evidence of Disease Activity as a standard of care for people with relapsing forms of MS (This has NEVER been an option before!)
- High dose Vitamin D improving cognitive function in MS patients
- The effect of melatonin and seasons on relapses
- Still in clinical trials, Ocrelizumab may be the most effective MS drug, even in hard-to- treat Primary Progressive MS
THIS is where the funds go from Crash Safely. THIS is why we ride, why we play.