The University of North Texas (UNT), located in Denton, Texas, (where Brave Combo lives), is presenting an exhibit of artifacts from several prominent local musicians and bands and Brave Combo is honored to be included. The exhibit, which opens Friday, April 5th at UNT on the Square (a performance/gallery space in downtown Denton) is entitled SCENE & HEARD: SELECTIONS FROM THE Local / Independent Music Initiative of Texas (LIMIT) The show, curated and presented through the UNT Music Library, will be up throughout the month of April. We handed a bunch of stuff from our vaults to two of the representatives of LIMIT and have no idea how much will be on display, but it should be worth a visit. So, if you live nearby or just planning a little Denton get-away this month, drop in and check it out. I’m sure everyone will be friendly and there are a million places on the square to eat, drink and be merry, afterward. And it’s free!
Hey, Everyone! Brave Combo is traveling to two of our favorite cities this week.
We’ll be performing a big Easter Polka Party at the fabulous Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio on Sunday evening, April 1. This is not an April Fool’s joke. It really is an Easter Polka Party.
On the next evening, Monday, April 2, we will be rocking Buffalo, New York’s annual Dyngus Day Festival, right downtown, in Pussy Willow Park. This will be a super-duper salute to rowdy Polish polkas! Former Brave Combo members and musical madmen, Jeffrey Barnes and Bubba Hernandez, will be performing with us at both gigs. We’re digging deep into the big bag of BC songs across the ages.
Anyway, I don’t know what your plans are for Easter weekend, but you should cancel them right now and bop on up to the Great Lakes region with us. Yeah, just bop on up or over or, perhaps, down. “Zosia! Let’s Go!”