- Dmitri Von Klein
- Marc Maron
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The Grateful Dead’s performance at the Old Renaissance Faire Grounds in Veneta, Oregon, back in August 1972 has become the stuff of legend. We know this because it was captured on film in the cult concert doc Sunshine Daydream. It screens in theaters across the country today, care of Fathom Events. Deadheads coordinate accordingly.
Comedian Marc Maron, who flipped podcast fame into his own Drew Hunt-approved IFC sitcom, begins a four-day run at Mayne Stage tonight.
Srini Radhakrishna, formerly of Guilty Pleasures, the White Outs, France Has the Bomb, and Football, brings his latest band, Circles, to the Empty Bottle. “Radhakrishna glitzes up the bouncy, jagged, organ-backed garage of the first two tracks (‘Constant Party’ and ‘Curses’) with 60s beach-pop vocals. But the EP gets darker and noisier as it progresses,” writes Kevin Warwick in Soundboard.
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