Hell-bound Granata

By BOB GULLA  |  October 27, 2008

You can reach Perry at the studio by calling 508.998.9550.

WANDERING EYE
MUSIC FRIDAYS at the RISD Museum happens the second week of every month from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. This Friday, January 11, the soundtrack will be provided by THE SUPERCHIEF TRIO. Museum members pay $5, all others $8 and it’s 21-plus. Munchies come complements of Whole Foods. Call 401.454.6322.

Pete Depressed and the MEAT DEPRESSED punks are back after a lengthy hiatus. They’ll play Jerky’s on Friday in a tribute to the Pats. Check out their YouTube clip called “(Here We Go) PATRIOTS!” Also on the Jerky’s bill are the Ramones tribute band THE RAMONIACS and THE PROZACS. Call 401.621.2244. At AS220 this Friday it’s RISA’s fourth anniversary celebration of their “Songwriters In the Round” concerts and the release of the second set of recorded music from that series. RISA Round 3 Volume 2, recorded live at AS220, will be available any day now. Check the listings for the lengthy roster of all-stars kickin’ in a few songs that night. And speaking of kickin’ it, THE GONERS play an all-ages show Saturday, January 12, at AS220 with GRAVESIDE SERVICE, ENGINE ROOM, and DECLINED. Call 401.831.9327.

The Providence Black Repertory Company, recently recovered from a caved-in roof and some serious stage and gear damage from an incident on 12/27, hosts JEAN AND LEE WILSON as part of the Neon Soul Cabaret on Saturday. Both artists will perform with the Neon Soul Collective at 10 pm at the Xxodus Café, 276 Westminster Street. Tickets ($10) can be purchased at the Black Rep box office starting at 9 pm the night of the show. Lee Wilson, the 24-year-old singer, songwriter, and performer from Boston, was called the “Top Unsigned Artist in America” by Vibe last year, so it should be quite a show: part rock, part soul. Call 401.351.0353. Also on Saturday at the Blackstone it’s FASHION FAILURES, SIX STARGENERAL, and THE PROPELLERS. Call 401.726.2181.

At Jake’s this Saturday, it’s THE WRONG REASONS, ROUTE .44, and Portland’s SAMUEL JAMES. And on Sunday , January 13, at Decibel Live @ Club Hell it’s a sweet local rock show with HEATHER ROSE AND THE DRAMA, GRANDEVOLUTION, SIGNS OF LIFE, and DANNI DANGER.

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