AUCW11 Leak #11: We Should Leave This Tree as Death Cab For Cutie (8/26/17)

In their AUCW debut, We Should Leave This Tree will show you Scientist Studies on Why You’d Want To Live Here with their take on Death Cab For Cutie for AUCW11 Night Three: The 00’s, on August 26th, 2017 at Delmar Hall. : Dustin Davis

Information Travels Faster, since the Expo ’86. We Laugh Indoors, do Long Division, take Company Calls, eat from Styrofoam Plates on TV Trays, have Two Cars in the garage, drink Champagne from a Paper Cup, make Fake Frowns at each other like Little Fury Bugs with Crooked Teeth — or maybe it’s just The Sound of Settling.

That’s Incentive, right? Sleep Spent chasing A Diamond and a Tether, but The Ice Is Getting Thinner. All is Full of Love in The New Year, but for now, the Line of Best Fit is where the Soul Meets Body on Steadier Footing.

For What Reason will you Bend to Squares? Like a Talking Bird in the Passenger Seat, Blacking Out the Friction, You Are A Tourist from Lowell, MA. Technicolor Girls, with A Lack of Color in the Photobooth. The Employment Pages sprawled out over Your New Twin Sized Bed. Someday You Will Be Loved.

Like A Movie Script Ending, You Can Do Better Than Me. Prove My Hypotheses. Your Heart is an Empty Room and I Will Possess Your Heart.

Please help me in welcoming We Should Leave This Tree to the AUCW family by telling all of your friends and of course by joining us on August 26th. Get your tickets now, as they will sell out!

Catch up, and keep in touch, with We Should Leave This Tree:
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Chuck Berry Statue

Dedicated on July 29, 2011, the eight-foot bronze statue of rock and roll legend Chuck Berry recognizes the achievements of the man who spread a musical revolution from the streets of St. Louis to Europe and Asia and beyond. Set in a plaza with trees and moving colored lights that make musical notes, sculptor Harry Weber’s in-motion sculpture does artistic justice to honor the first person inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the St. Louis Walk of Fame.


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