Monday, October 30, 2006

Fwd: [TDU] Czech it out, Bohemian Music

a missive from our percussionist/madman re: wednesday night's show

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From: Thomas Zermeno
Date: Oct 30, 2006 7:08 PM
Subject: [TDU] Czech it out, Bohemian Music

Oh, what a perty, perty day.  Today was one of them days that makes
Houston famous.  Now, I'm not talking about those days filled with
smog, or humidity, or rain; I'm talking about those 3 weeks of
perfection that get scattered through out spring and fall.  I'm
talkin' blue skies, soft winds, kind bud, and no where to be until
mid-afternoon.  Ah yeah.  I'm talking about Houston Heaven.


So, anyway, all you fans and fanettes, you'll be happy to know about
the awesome show this Wednesday.  We're tearing up a new coffee house
on the East Side (wow, they serve coffee in that part of town?),
BOHEMEO'S.  This is a nice little place with two stages, a patio,
great coffee, and... get this .. it's BYOB.  Wow!

Czech us out Wednesday, at 9:30 pm.  The address is 708 Telephone, at
the corner of Telephone and Lockwood.  (Check their website for
directions,, but it's over by UH Central.)  Did I
mention that the cover was cheap? That's right!

CHEAP COVER - $3 / $5 couples, under 21 $5.

Wow! That's like...  supercheap! Those are like 1980's prices, what's
going on? why is TDU pimping themselves out for such an affordable
price?  Well, kids, I'm glad that you asked. We hope that we, as super
improv gods, will bring in enough people to this wonderous little
coffee house to start an improv weekly.

Can you imagine?  Weekly jazz at affordable prices?  And I'm not
talking about that crappy smooth jazz kenny g shit. I'm talking about
the real McCoy:  squanking, funking, wah-wah, bang-bang,
DamnitJimI'mI'mAMusician, who the hell let that llama into the room,
improv jazz.

Shit, you can't beat that for $3.

Grab a bottle; Grab a girl; Grab a guy; Grab yourself and come on down
to Bohemeo's.  Wednesday, 9:30.



"When I am working on a problem I never think about beauty. I only
think about how to solve the problem. But when I have finished, if the
solution is not beautiful, I know it is wrong."
    - Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983)

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