The Organ Beats go on

By BARRY THOMPSON  |  August 18, 2010

Although diehard Damone fans would be ill advised to hold out hope for a reunion anytime soon, the Organ Beats tell me that a comic-book adaptation of that band's episodic saga could be released as soon as 2020. That's pretty much as far as they'll go in talking about sit.

"I learned all I know from the Damone guys. All seven of them," writes Noelle in an e-mail, with respect to the dudes who played in the Damone quartet at various times. "I miss the good things about that band. I like being in control, though. I must've learned that from them as well."

THE ORGAN BEATS + THE BACKUP FACTOR + HERRA TERRA + MARC PINANSKY | T.T. the Bear's Place, 10 Brookline St, Cambridge | August 20 at 9 pm | 21+ | $10 | 617.492.2327 or ttthebears.com

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