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Owls Of Walden and The Audio Waltz At The Jury Room 2/22/13
Friday, February 22, 2013, 09:00pm - 11:00pm
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The Audio Waltz is a group of 4 musicians honing their skills in songwriting and performing, determined to make create the soundtrack to their small, foggy corner of the world. Their music marries a wide variety of influences and artistic aesthetics to create a unique landscape of soulful melancholy, pensive reverie, and gleeful absurdity. The Owls Of Walden is a trio of vixens and heathens. A dark bluesy-western vibe that is sure to place you within the deserts of your parched souls. If you're a Quentin Tarantino fan, this band will quench your thirst, but leave you with a new addiction. Join us for a night of debauchery and whiskey...
Location : The Jury Room


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