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Time: Saturday at 6:00pm – October 30 at 2:00am
Location: Skellys Pub and Grill
To top last year’s shenanigans, we’ll be re-animating actual corpses in addition to the usual debauchery. Did I mention there will be free beer?
We’ve decided the theme for this year’s ZW will be… wait for it….
ZOMBIE NIGHT LIVE!
DEAD FROM SIOUX FALLS… IT’S SATURDAY NIGHT!
Or just ZNL if you’re into the whole brevity thing.
What does this mean for you?
1. Starting tonight, plop your rotting butt down in a comfy chair and watch as much SNL as you can wrap your brain around.
2. Come up with the best Saturday Night Live inspired costume that you can find. Talk your friends into collaboration, as there will be a separate prize for best group costume. Other categories will be announced at a later date.
2011 Band Lineup:
The Rubber Gloves
We Live In Sod Houses
Wumpus is a five piece rock and roll band from Sioux Falls, SD. Between the main songwriting efforts of Jason Hegg and Chad McKinney and the collaborative adventures of the band as a whole, Wumpus has penned over 150 original songs. Their musical styles range anywhere from straight up rock and roll, pop, psychedelic, country, and experimental freak out. The band recently released a fourth album called The Rug.
The five members of Sioux Falls based, Pasque, have seen their share of stage time. Thomas Hentges, Tim Munce, John “slap” Myers, Adam Jones, and Martin Lien have all put in ten years or more of writing, performing, and recording original music. All old friends and admirers of one another’s talents, this group, now sound as if destined to work together. Beginning rehearsal in the fall of 2009 (all were looking to do something new), the group began work on a batch of new songs, as well as some of Hentges’ earlier material. The group also began a search for their own sound. “We strive to put something together that sounds comfortable, something very genuinely Dakota,” says Pasque front man, Thomas Hentges. Influenced heavily by the music of the early 1970s, Pasque delivers their interpretation of what most call classic rock. Basking there collective ear in classic blues, r & b, and a healthy dose of roots, Pasque manage to bring something unique to the South Dakota live music scene. Call it what you want, it’s all Rock n’ Roll to Pasque.
In the cold, wintery months of 2007/2008, three young men journeyed to a far away town, awaiting a new and exciting beginning. In this little town full of gravel and empty sheds, a band was born. The birth of their baby band triggered an agreement among T. Mike, digger, and Fuzzy. These members decided to create crashing, powerful music in order to fulfill the sweet baby band’s wishes. So much labor, meetings, and blood were had at the once-a-week gatherings, along with some apple festivals and overnight practices, of course. This new rock band, though very fresh and delicate, is now on its way to blowing the socks off of anyone who listens. Fans must beware… the music will engulf you like a love song does your teenager. Hail to the corn!
THE RUBBER GLOVES:
The Rubber Gloves cobbled themselves together in late 2008 in Sioux Falls, S.D. The sound began as acoustic balladry writ large, but the band has evolved to bend genres to its will, blending elements of folk, punk and indie rock. This is unpredictable music about the young dying to get old who grow into the old dying to be young in towns where the backyard fences are hardly high enough to keep them apart and the well-off eat dinner in the same diner the worn-out do. The band released an E.P. in 2009. A full-length is being released 7/22/2011.
WE LIVE IN SOD HOUSES:
We are a Husband and Wife duo that play original music with our friends. Our sound has a wide appeal, with styles and lyrics that people can relate to. The band is an eccentric mix of characters that give a lively stage show. Every song is different, but with melodies lyrical appeal & catchy hooks.
Most of these songs were written in an old farmhouse on a windy hill above the big sioux river valley. Motivated by love, extreme seasons, and isolation, Rachel & Dustin started “We Live in Sod Houses”.
We maintain an overall feeling of love & truth w/ a pinch melancholic desperation while changing style and genre. We invite the listeners to experience every joyous, hateful, optimism and despair filled moment with us.
Our band is a mix of characters that blend their styles in a manor such as to appeal to a wide audience. We have a high enegy stage show that involves the audience and invites them to feel like part of our rock ‘n roll family.
Invite your friends.