Monday, December 13, 2010

Coming 2011: Cameron McGill (2 Sets Solo & w/ Band) Live 1/26 @ White Rabbit Cabaret!

Welcome 2011 as MOKB Presents: Cameron McGill Live @ White Rabbit Cabaret January 26 at 8PM . Noah East will open the show. Cameron McGill will then take the stage and play a solo set,  followed by a full-band set!

Tickets available for purchase HERE.

Check out this video for "Lose Americans" from the album Warm Songs For Cold Shoulders

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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

LIVE TONIGHT: Langhorne Slim @ Radio Radio. Tickets available at the door for $10!

Join us tonight for a much anticipated performance by Langhorne Slim 8PM @ Radio Radio.
Tickets are available for $10 at the door. Enjoy a great show before the blizzard hits this weekend!

Since March 2008, Langhorne Slim has headlined over 150 shows and played major festivals such as Lollapalooza, Bumbershoot, Austin City Limits Festival, Newport Folk Fest, Sunset Junction, Pickathon, Rhythm and Roots, and SXSW. The band garnered heavy acclaim for their performance of “Restless” on the David Letterman show and were WXPN’s artist of the month. The band is now touring the US and Europe in support of their third album "Be Set Free", their most cohesive and cinematic effort to date. This is a live show you will not want to miss.

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Friday, December 3, 2010

JUST ANNOUNCED: Cotton Jones Feb. 4 @ White Rabbit - Tickets Onsale Now!

MOKB Proudly Presents: Cotton Jones Live Feb.4th @ White Rabbit Cabaret!
Tickets are only $8 and may be purchased HERE

The music of Cotton Jones speaks of transition: the passage from one form, state of mind, style or place to another. “Tall Hours in the Glowstream,’” is the title of their new album. The Glowstream is a place centered between North and South Cumberland. It’s not really called the Glowstream – just a stream that rolls to a dead end by the train tracks downtown. A place to sit, undisturbed in the cool shade, and see the interstate bend around glowing steeples, as cars and trucks break their speed – it’s beautiful – how the city materializes, an oasis, after driving many miles through the mountains along I-68 – to this spot, where it’s possible to witness all the paces change.

Checkout this video of Cotton Jones performing "The Spinning Wheel"

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