Two great bands at the Free Cycles shop this coming Tuesday:
July 22nd, 8pm-10pm
$5 at the door- includes tasty refreshments
at Free Cycles, 732 S. 1st St. west
note: a group of bicycle and musical enthusiasts are rendezvousing for a
ride to the shop at 7pm. Meet at the south entrance to Greenough Park.
All are welcome!
The H.O.B.O. Road Show brings together two bands for a summer event that
will take audiences on a musical journey. The musicians, who liken
themselves to gypsy hobos, are playing traditional venues, house shows,
festivals and other places where people gather for inspiration and
Dum Spiro Spero, whose name is Latin for “while I breathe, I hope” is feel
good, frantic folk complete with fiddle and musical saw. There is also
some foot stomping involved. Dum Spiro Spero currently has three self
released EPs. Based in the Bay area, they have been on 5 west coast tours,
2 SW tours and 1 US tour.
Sprouting from the fresh grave of the San Diego band Cain Street, Big Sid
and the Wiggle began its adventure in the summer of 2012. The band
effortlessly blends punk rock, hip hop and reggae, to create a rockin',
soulful sound, with a message of oneness.
Hope to see you at Free Cycles soon!
Bob Giordano, Director
Free Cycles Missoula
Shop: 732 S. 1st St. West, ph. 541.7284
Missoula Institute for Sustainable Transportation
www.strans.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 406-880-6834
Chris Greenfield wrote:Love it! I threw in another $50 so we are up to $4,830.
Also, they have a non-profit tax-id so your donation is tax deductible.
paul wheaton wrote:
Of course, if we hit $8415, we get that awesome dome thing! Kinda don't see us getting that far, but it is a lovely thought.
Make yourself as serene as a flower, as a tree. And on wednesdays, as serene as this tiny ad:
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