Posterior Motives

It’s true that G.G. Elvis and the T.C.P. Band – a group of NOFX and Lagwagon refugees that somehow mashes together G.G. Allin’s music with The King’s – could be one of the strangest ensembles out there, but it also brings to life the obvious similarities between the two musical figures. Each, in his respective time, made sounds that folks didn’t get for a while. Both hoarded interesting lifestyles in private. And, last but not least, each of their bottom halves did controversial things during performance (Elvis with that hip shake; Allin once took a steaming heap onstage).

Fri., Oct. 30, 8 p.m., 2009
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