GOLI, EMPEROR NORTON'S STATIONARY MARCHING BAND, and THE STEAMY BOHEMIANS
EMPEROR NORTON'S STATIONARY MARCHING BAND
THE STEAMY BOHEMIANS
$8 ADVANCE / $10 AT THE DOOR
8:30 doors / 9:30 show
Steamy Bohemians at 9:30
Goli at 10:30
ENSMB at 11:45
-a duo of misfit classical musicians with an appetite for world music that have cut their teeth in rock bands, world folk ensembles, symphony orchestras and the occasional free improv outlet... or,chamber music for the modern era.
Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band: Formed from the most talented deadbeats and drifters that could be rounded up, this group of raucous and rambunctious musicians will honk, wail, blow, beat, bounce, scream and serenade their way into your hearts. Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band combines the rich musical history of the circus and the vagabond peoples of Europe with the raw energy of free jazz and the irreverence and fun of today's vaudeville.
"Thwack together vaudevillian comic chops, astounding musicality, and oodles of quirky sex appeal and you've got the Steamy Bohemians, Boston's very own darlings of debauchery. Part glam rock, part stand-up comedy, and all sass, steamy duo Lainey Schulbaum and Niki Luparelli seductively tickle audiences with songs like "My Love For You (The Mayonnaise Song)," "Second Cousin," and "The Ballad of the Bastard," which the ladies claim are inspired by "chaos, cultural discontent, and gender polarity. And weed." Though their banter rivals Lucy and Ethel and their lyrics are borderline absurd, these broads offer more than just a kitschy hook. Both are classically trained sopranos, and Schulbaum's guitar playing will rock your pretty little face off."
- Sara Faith Alterman for Stuff@night
The Lizard Lounge
1667 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|