The club's manager tried to end the show, but Shocked continued playing until venue staff pulled the plug and turned off the stage lights.

P&J can only say that we were shocked to read this. We have to consider calling this column "Weird, Weird World."


DEATH IN THE FAMILY

As many of you know, The Phoenix of Boston shut down last week after 47 years. Phillipe & Jorge just want to say it has been an honor and a privilege working for Stephen Mindich and the Phoenix organization for these many years. Best wishes to our brothers and sisters in Boston. The Providence Phoenix continues.

Send duct tape and Pulitzer-grade tips to  p&j@phx.com.

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