Full Moon Fête With No Man's String Band

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Full Moon Fête With No Man's String Band says
Again, the nearly-full moon tells us to jam. So by all means, let's jam!

Full Moon Circle Jam at 6:00 pm
No Man's String Band: 7:30pm

I mean seriously, who are we to argue with an object whose mass is 73,476,730,900,000,000,000,000 kg?

The least we can do is avoid the moon's wrath and convene (with acoustic instruments) at Harriet Brewing this Tuesday at 6pm. We can get a beer and form something like a circle. We can take turns suggesting songs for the assembled group to play, right then. Folk-country-roots-soul-alternative-world-classical-rock-indie-Latin-jam-pop-R&B-rock-reggae-blues-jazz standards generally work, but best of all, original-but-easy songs are the conduit to transcendence.

We can simultaneously revel in the feeling of creating many moments of genuine community arts engagement. These are things we can do. Isn't it great to have choices? La dolce vita!

No Man's String Band

Influenced by the classics and inspired by the modern, the No Man’s String Band play their own concoction of the sound we all know and love. The band is comprised of guitar player Justin Rosckes, Nic Hentges on mandolin, accordionist Melissa Hentges, and bassist Pat Loftus.
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By: Harriet Brewing's Tap Room

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