March 3, 2017 · 8:00pm

8 pm
$5 Cover | Cover  is waved  for anyone who brings a mp3
21+

Here’s a great chance to do some good this Friday. We’ve got friends from the Water Street Mission coming out to Tellus360 to make it easy for you. Did you know that many of their guests list music as a coping mechanism for depression, suicidal thoughts or other mental health troubles? Cover  is waved  for anyone who brings a mp3!

Featherburn w/ The Dogs of Lust

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Folk, here’s a great chance to do some good this Friday. We’ve got friends from the Water Street Mission coming out to Tellus360 to make it easy for you. Did you know that many of their guests list music as a coping mechanism for depression, suicidal thoughts or other mental health troubles?

If you or someone you know has an electronic gadget, perhaps one that was replaced just this Christmas, capable of playing mp3 music files, would you please consider donating the old ones to Water Street?

Their behavioral health team will be at Tellus this Friday with Featherburn from 8pm to collect your old players, and help breathe new life and purpose into them by loading them up with great, healing music for their guests to use. 

 

 Featherburn

Primal, alt rock fusion of groove, grit and rhapsody in volcanic song forms, evocative language, and stereophonic harmonies.
Members
John Milosich (Milo) – accordion, guitar, vocals.
Tim Jenkins – drums, vocals
Tom Doorly – bass, vocals
Jim Munster – guitar, vocals
Influences
Decemberists, Gogol Bordello, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin

 

The Dogs of Lust

Simply put, The Dogs of Lust are the Anti-Pop. Or is it Seductive Groove Rock? They’re definitely not a jam band. Impossible to pigeon-hole, they broadly straddle genres and defy classification at every turn. Catchy vocal hooks and infectious dance grooves could almost make the Dogs mainstream if not for their forays into lengthy progressive and orchestrated pieces and spontaneous free jams. One could say that the Dogs of Lust are to a band like Phish what the Doors were to the Grateful Dead.
While the schtick of The Dogs of Lust is that of a gang of horny drunks, in truth the band stands for creativity and originality, always striving to put something new in the world that you’ve never heard or seen before. Their natural artistry even occasionally presents itself visually for their larger shows, most notably their annual two night Halloween theme show spectacular hosted every year by Bube’s Brewery in Mount Joy, involving intricate all-encompassing decorations, and dozens of guest performers, actors, and artists.