Madison Week In Music + Ticket Giveaways (12.1 – 12.7): Pert’ Near Sandstone and Doomtree

Doomtree

We hope you all had a wonderful, relaxing Thanksgiving weekend.  Did the brave (insane?) Black Friday warriors out there survive intact?  We’re excited be back to work this week, bringing you return shows from some of Madison’s favorite Minnesota-based artists.

Bluegrass kings Pert’ Near Sandstone will kick things off at the High Noon Saloon this Friday, December 3, where one of hip hop’s most prolific indie collectives, Doomtree, will once again hit the stage a few days later.  Read on to find out more about these shows and how you can enter to win tickets!

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Friday, December 3, 2010

PERT’ NEAR SANDSTONE with special guest SWEETGRASS

Genre: Bluegrass, String Band

Sounds Like: Trampled By Turtles, Fat Maw Rooney, Railroad Earth

Win A Pair Of Tickets: Pert’ Near Sandstone tunes feature a number of classic songwriter locations, including Green Valley and Cripple Creek.  We’d like you to post your favorite lyrics (by any artist) about a city or place.  Leave your comment below, and you’ll be entered to win a pair of tickets to see the band live in Madison!

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 9:30pm – $10 adv & dos – 18+

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Sunday, December 5, 2010

DOOMTREE featuring the entire crew: P.O.S., Dessa, Sims, Cecil Otter, Mike Mictlan, Lazerbeak, and Paper Tiger

Genre: Hip Hop, Rap

Sounds Like: Atmosphere, Brother Ali, Murs

Win A Pair of Tickets: We’ll be holding a special ticket with meet and greet giveaway for this show on Wednesday, December 1.  Please check back to see how you can enter to win.

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 8pm – $12 adv $14 dos – 18+

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Winners will be chosen and notified tomorrow, November 30. When posting your responses, please include the name of the show for which you are entering to win.

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4 Responses

  1. You see I just can’t live without her,
    and I’m her only boy.
    She grew up outside McHenry,
    in Johnsburg, Illinois

  2. In the days of the old covered wagons,
    where they camped on the flats for the night;
    With the moon shinning dim on the old canyon rim,
    they watched for that Brown Mountain light

    Chorus:
    High, high on the mountain, and deep in the canyon below
    It shines like the crown of an angel, and fades as the mists comes and goes.
    Way over yonder, night after night until dawn,
    A lonely old slave comes back from the grave,
    Searching, searching, searching, for his master who’s long gone on.

    Many years ago a southern planter
    Came hunting in this wild world alone
    It was then so they say that the planter lost his way
    And never returned to his home

    His trusting old slave brought a lantern
    And searched day and night but in vain
    Now the old slave is gone but his spirit lingers on,
    And the lantern still casts its light

    Brown Mountain In NC

  3. You got em Dave! Congrats!

  4. a man without a cane
    a child who cannot run
    Portland without the rain
    a flower without the sun

    Mike Droho & the Compass Rose!

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