AUCW11 Leak #7: Les Gruff and the Billy Goat as Counting Crows (8/25/17)

In their AUCW debut, Les Gruff and the Billy Goat will keep you Hanginaround well passed Daylight Fading with their take on Counting Crows for AUCW11 Night Two: The 90’s, on August 25th, 2017 at Delmar Hall. : Jess Luther

Have You Seen Me Lately? Mr. Jones?” said the Rain King, having just stepped off of the Ghost Train from Omaha at the Sullivan Street station.

Interrupting the gentlemen, Anna Begins, “Round Here, with the Perfect Blue Buildings and Big Yellow Taxi[s], it’s overrun by Colorblind American Girls living the High Life like Children In Bloom on Holiday In Spain.”

Amy Hit the Atmosphere and instead of Recovering the Satellites, it’s Raining in Baltimore,” adds Elisabeth. “Time and Time Again, Four Days silent means A Murder of One and A Long December means Angels of the Silences. All My Friends, Accidentally In Love with Los Angeles, will settle for a Catapult to Miami.”

Goodnight Elisabeth,” replied the Rain King. “You Ain’t Going Nowhere! That’s just Another Horsedreamer’s Blues.”

Please help me to welcome Les Gruff and the Billy Goat to the AUCW family by telling all of your friends and of course by joining us on August 25th. Get your tickets now, as they will sell out!

Catch up, and keep in touch, with Les Gruff and the Billy Goat:
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Rekindle your love for Counting Crows:
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The Pageant / The Moonrise Hotel

Taking its name from an old movie theatre originally located a few blocks east of where it currently stands, The Pageant has built a reputation as one of the best concert venues in the country, since opening its doors in 2000.

Opened in April 2009 by Joe Edwards, the eight-story boutique Moonrise Hotel serves as a destination hotel for St. Louis locals, Washington University visitors and out-of-state travelers alike. Conveniently located next door to The Pageant and Delmar Hall, The Moonrise attracts musicians and concertgoers from across the nation.


Posted by Mike Tomko on June 20, 2017