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McSweenys’ John Peck devised a list of bandwiches. Here are some examples:
Pink Floyd: Amethyst-rubbed pork, asparagus jelly, moon-dried tomatoes, pumpernickel.
Bruce Springsteen: Cheesesteak, peppers, grilled headband, ketchup, seeded bun.
Rush: Seagrams-marinated grilled flank steak, carbonated pineapple-jalapeño cheese spread, maple-wasabi aioli, hand-milled laser-cut 37-grain flatbread.
Find the full menu here.
Listen to the zodiac playlist
This week’s Flyer on the Wall featured ZoneFest 2012, happening tonight at the Launchpad. The all-ages event features eight bands for $10. The show starts at 6 p.m.
Roots of Bluegrass
This week former Alibi editor-in-chief Steven Robert Allen wrote about The Roots of Bluegrass Show, happening tonight at the South Broadway Cultural Center. Read about the down-home festivities here: Talkin’ Semantic Rhetorical Terminological Blues.
2bers release DIG
Burque hip-hop veterans the 2bers unveil its new album DIG tonight at the El Rey, but it’s not your ordinary album release party.
with Zoology, La Junta, Mala Maña and Urban Verbs
Saturday, April 7, 6:30 p.m.
El Rey Theater
624 Central SW
Tickets: $12, $7 students; all-ages
Proceeds benefit Equality New Mexico, the Media Arts Collaborative Charter School, and the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice
Meet Glitter Dick
Glitter Dick performs at a benefit for Amy Clinkscales tonight at the Launchpad. Read Captain America’s article about the show here: Wham, Glam Thank You Ma’am.
The Skatalites tonight
Legendary Jamaican band The Skatalites are creating a dance party in Santa Fe tonight. Learn about the group and the history of ska via an interview with the band’s manager (and sometimes keyboard player) here: The Skatalites won’t simmer down.
with The Blue Hornets
Monday, April 2, 7:30 p.m.
Santa Fe Sol
37 Fire Place, Santa Fe
Tickets: $17, all-ages
Anita O’Day comes back to life tonight. Read Mel Minter’s story about it here: Susan Abod honors the Jezebel of jazz.
Sounds of Enchantment
This week Samantha Anne Carrillo wrote about the immersive, 41st annual UNM Composers’ Symposium, happening at the university and venues around town through next week.
This is a reminder to keep sending in photos of the places where you practice, enjoy or obsess over music. Find out more about music chambers here. Send images to email@example.com with “music chambers” in the subject field or post them to the Weekly Alibi’s Facebook page.
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