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The Unhappy Hour
West of Lenin
Seattle, WA
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The Unhappy Hour
FRIDAY, 1/27, SHOW CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS.
SATURDAY, 1/28, SHOW STILL SCHEDULED TO BE PERFORMED.

Robert Lopez as Mister Bob performs a 70 minute journey of heartbreaking New American Standard delivered with world weary wit and warning  for the coming end of daze, accompanied by piano. Performed in a black suitwith humor even blacker.

Familiar songs done in unfamiliar ways, with an occasional mood swing monologue. Is it this city? Or just me? They say Seattle can bring you down. Is it the state of the world? Is it the rain? Whether or not, join Mr. Bob and Tom Kellock at The Unhappy Hour.


~ Robert Lopez ~
Mr. Bob is best known for his 28 years of performing as El Vez the Mexican Elvis. He has toured internationally throughout those years, becoming an international sensation. He has released over 25 CDs. Has performed on The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Tonight Show. El Vez has opened for David Bowie, Björk, Kiss, Bob Dylan,The Staple Singers, and Carlos Santana among others. His gold lamé Mariachi suit has been exhibited at the Smithsonian Institute In Washington, D.C.  Robert was part of the So Cal first wave of Punk Rock, with his 1st band The Zeros. Who are celebrated in the newly released book Under the Big Black Sun, A personal History of Punk, published by Da Capo Press, co-authored by Robert Lopez, John Doe, and other punk luminaries.

~ Tom Kellock ~
"The Piano Man, has been performing since a teenager. Recording and playing with such luminaries as Heart, Manhattan Transfer, Al Jarreau, Rickie Lee Jones. Tom is a veteran performer with Seattles Teatro Zinzanni for over 15 years.


Their music references will run the gamut from Question Mark & the Mysterians, Little Jimmy Scott, Judy Garland, The Cars, Barbara Streisand, Roy Orbison, David Bowie, Beethoven, Gilbert O'Sullivan, The Carpenters, Patsy Cline, Judy Collins to Burt Bacharach presented in a not so typical jazz standard, pop, cabaret, protest songs & lullabies format.

Monologues traversing topics from gun control, clowns, antidepressants, politics & presidents, the end of days, love & the lack thereof not to mention the lack of sleep, Googling, Jeffery Dahmer, death, dreams & depression and the incoming Republican Regime.

Everybody's Happy Nowadays
come on down

Location

West of Lenin (View)
203 North 36th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
United States

Categories

Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre
Music > Americana
Music > Jazz
Music > Pop & Top 40
Music > Rock

Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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