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Next up! get your hike on....

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Pre-Sale for Main Pub tickets..




The Main Pub has just opened up the Pre-Sale for tickets to Saturday night's McLovin's show. The band is coming off a tour-de-force performance with Tom Marshall and Ant Krizan at Brooklyb Bowl last weekend, so make sure you get your tickets to see the Connecticut premiere of their new single "Cohesive"!

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Sunday, November 21, 2010

TIme to feel Cohesive!!

Today's the day, Tom Marshall and Ant Krizan join The McLovins today at Brooklyn Bowl. Tom and Anthony will be joining the band in performing the World Premiere of their new song COHESIVE, as well as some other classics. This is a free show, doors open at 12:00 Noon, the show kicks off at 1:00.




If you can't make it to the show, there's a Ustream running through the Brooklyn Bowl channel, so you can still watch the show and participate in the chat, Couch Tour 2010 continues to roll on... try to feel Cohesive...

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

This one will be a game changer...


Unless you've been locked in a Bridgeport ballot box for the past month, you should be aware that The Mclovins are playing this Sunday afternoon at Brooklyn Bowl with Tom Marshall and Anthony Krizan. This is a special Free All Ages show, doors open at noon and the show kicks off at 1:00 pm.

Ink Design Studios designed the show poster, and also designed the COHESIVE t-shirts, which coincidentally, is available at The McLovins website.





AJ Masthay designed a special limited edition poster to commemorate the event, and this too is available at The McLovins website.




5 color linoleum block print
Signed/Numbered limited edition of 80
Canson Edition antique white paper stock



This is the third print that AJ has done for The McLovins, check out his site for tons of his show posters, he's among the best artists on the jam band scene, and his pieces are truly works of art and love. So you owe it to yourself to get down to this show, you can drive in, Sunday traffic isn't too terrible, or if you're coming from Connecticut, you can catch a train anywhere on the I-95 corridor into Grand Central Station, and catch the Subway to the venue. Google has fantastic in-city directions utilizing public transportation, so there's no reason not to try and get down there, you'll kick yourself if you miss this one.