Strange As Angels

“Too Thirsty for Love” is the latest swamp-rock dance-craze release from Rhinestone Records’ darlings of all things violently innocent: Quintron and Miss Pussycat. The New Orleans-based musician and puppeteer, respectively, co-headline a Puppet Rock Show for big kids at Great Arizona Puppet Theater. What exactly, New Times asked the pair, goes down at a Puppet Rock Show for grownups? Says Quintron, "It’s an organ-based cave-jam dance party with a puppet show. In the realm of dependability, we want to be like Motörhead . . . or Mr. Rogers." Says Miss Pussycat, "We will be doing a new puppet show called DROPS. It is about a brother and sister that help the clouds. They are cloud farmers. Drops make the world beautiful. I also have a new outfit. It is a two-piece suit with a golden snake."
Sat., Aug. 8, 8 p.m., 2009

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Leslie Barton
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