Beat Me, Daddy, 78 to the Bar

When we dig through the sea of records at thrift stores around town, there are some sure bets as to what we'll find: a kids’-choir Christmas album, a Herb Alpert record, and some 78s, a medium that was ditched and dissed once LPs and 45s blew up.

The Shack Shake party brings the 78-rpm disc to the future, unlocking all of its rockin' potential. Valley blues and boogie vets The Jump Back Brothers keep the good times rolling live at the monthly series’ kickoff bash.

First Thursday of every month, 9 p.m., 2009
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Jose Gonzalez