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Flier of the Week: Honey Pistol

Gear up for this weekend's Honey Pistol gig at Teakwoods Tavern and Grill in Phoenix with an awesome creative flier of an orange peel frog designed by Jenny Tornado.

"The frog that is peeled like an orange and you can see through its body," Jenny said. "It represents the past several months and the music that has been created through experiencing my life being peeled apart. The frog is still a frog, just in another form. And because I like all things quirky, I think this image grabs your attention and makes you think outside the box."

The band is definitely looking forward to the show, which they will be playing along with Parisian band General Bye Bye.

"We get a chance to really connect with the audience and share our stories of how the songs were created. [We get to] goof around and get everyone involved," Jenny said.

Here are the details: Honey Pistol has the stage to themselves from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Plus, what could be better than a free show that's open to people of all ages? More information about the show can be found here. In the meantime, check out the ladies of Honey Pistol playing "Kankle Stomp.

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Lenni Rosenblum