ALIVE! Fundraiser at Beat Kitchen

Beat Kitchen BenefitCome out to Beat Kitchen for this amazing lineup. Your $10 donation will be donated to ALIVE Rescue.

Location:  Beat Kitchen
2100 W. Belmont Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618

August 31st

Doors open at 7 pm for this 17+ show

Cost: $10 donation

Purchase tickets at http://www.beatkitchen.com/event/929007/

Drink specials include: $5 Deep Eddy cocktails, $3 New Belgium cans and $5 St. Bernardus Extra 4 or Barbe Ruby cherry ale bottles in addition to $3 mystery shots!

Hosted by The Puterbaugh Sisters

PriMary: Who’s This Mary? are a modern beat combo that live and breathe in the Chicagoland area. Performing tip top original power pop as well as inspired cover versions of Britpop and other classics from 60’s to present day. Their sound consists of bright melodies, tight harmonies, upbeat guitar work, and a healthy respect for catchy grooves. Known for their dedicated cover versions they have fully tackled The Jam [known as ALL MODS CONNED], The Beatles and now The Cure [known as PriMARY].

The Blind Staggers: The Blind Staggers play the kind music that rattles around your brain at 4am after a long, lonely night at the bar. Singing songs of heart ache and hangovers, the Blind Staggers have been impressing live audiences with the knockout dynamic between Damien Christian Wilburn and Laura Loo as the band plays heart felt rock Americana that captivates and haunts while rocking you in the now. Check out their new EP “This Times a Charm” on Seven Dead Arson Records.

Bloodsport: we like weed, partying and tunes especially tunes about weed, and partying

“This is the greatest band name I have ever heard…ever.”
-Kris Megyery- The Brokedowns
“You guys are fucking Sellouts!”
-Tony Martin- “Richardson” Richardson

Adam Burke: Originally from the UK, Adam Burke began performing stand-up after writing a piece on comedy for a Chicago magazine. Before long, Burke became a fixture at Midwestern shows and showcases. His absurdist, verbose comedy is long on metaphor and analogy and short on common sense. He has appeared on Doug Loves Movies, The Benson Interruption, the Bob and Tom show, WGN 720 AM radio, Put Your Hands Together, and many more podcasts and shows. Adam has appeared at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland OR, as part of the Just for Laughs Chicago festival for four years running, and at the local stage of Funny Or Die’s Oddball Comedy Festival. In addition, he has opened for a wide variety of comedians including Marc Maron, Jeff Ross, Hari Kondabolu, Maria Bamford, Jake Johannsen, and many more. Burke released his debut album Universal Squirrel Theory on A Special Thing Records in 2012.

More info at http://do312.com/aliverescue