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29Mar/10

KILLOLA

Killola fans will be seeing double as the band comes to town March 30 for two gigs, one acoustic, one electric

Killola fans will be seeing double as the band comes to town March 30 for two gigs, one acoustic, one electric

Tuesday, March 30, Sigerson Morrison, 28 Prince St., rsvp effie@sigersonmorrison.com, free, 6:30
Tuesday, March 30, the Studio at Webster Hall, 125 East Eleventh St. between Second & Third Aves., $10-$12, 8:00
www.myspace.com/killola
www.sigersonmorrison.com
www.websterhall.com

LA garage rockers Killola, who kicked off their Buy the Milk Tour earlier this month, will be bringing their DIY attitude and head-bopping dance pop to the Big Apple for two hotly anticipated shows. On March 30 at 6:30, they’ll be at SoHo’s Sigerson Morrison store, performing a rare (and free w/rsvp) acoustic set before cutting loose later that night at the Studio at Webster Hall with Sick of Sarah. Guitarist Mike Ball, bassist Johnny Dunn, drummer Dan Grody, and singer Lisa Rieffel will be featuring songs from their upcoming release, the swirling LET’S GET ASSOCIATED, which opens with the killer single “Cracks in the Armor.” Killola likes to do things their way; the band is still offering a live DVD for free as well as a free download of their 2008 record I AM THE MESSER. Rieffel is also one of the stars of the web series GIRLTRASH! which is being adapted for the big screen with the band serving as producers and composers.

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