Have you ever wondered what one of the most legendary rock-n-roll albums of all time would sound like on four strings instead of six? A year ago, Kelly McCubbin (aka the Ukulele Apocalypse) asked himself the same question. A year later, after four rockin' performances, we're wrapping it up with the biggest, bestest, Bowie-est show EVER! This is it. No more. Your last chance to see.
Join us Saturday, June 16th at the Rickshaw Stop for TWO sets. The first will feature music spanning David Bowie's entire career, and for the second, we're gonna rock our way through our glam-bang, balls-out rendition of "Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars," start to finish, on ukuleles and other oddball instruments, including saw, washboard, kazoo, and junkyard percussion.
Advance tickets available at:
$10 +$1 (service charge) in advance; 10 clams at the door
5 Cent Coffee
Official Website: http://www.ukeapocalypse.com/
Added by spidra on April 26, 2007