Monday, March 26, 2012

Living in the Brownfield - RJD2 at Artsquest Center

So I’m sure you’ve heard that we designed this sick room with a view and incredible acoustics that just happens to be in the heart of the brownfield we call home…and every once in a while I get to drop in and see some live music – woot!  Welcome to the Musikfest Cafe at Steelstacks - photo by Paul Warchol

 So this month, March 31st, I get to drop in and see RJD2 light up the room as the headliner for the Nowadays Indie Rock Fest (a great diverse lineup for this, see more here ). 

  You may already know RJD2’s music (his real name is Ramble John Krohn and he lives in Philly), he laid down the opening sequence track for the hit show “Mad Men”, probably his most widely heard track.

 We’ve got our fingers crossed that “commissioner crotchbuttons” opens the gig in full welding mask persona, can you think of anything more perfect for this venue with a view of the blast furnaces.  Hope to see you there!

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