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Monday, July 21, 2014
We have an interesting story about the Mineola Plant (the Cone Mills Building that Gibsonville Antiques is located in) and it seems that the Original Musicosophy band already has a connection there.
You see, back in 1975, when our singer and front-man Mr. Jambone Stumproot hisownself was about 17 years old (give or take) he was working with a construction detail that was doing some modifications to the structure and, being the youngest and most nimble, was assigned to clamber up the really scary scaffolding and break a hole through the thick concrete walls with a pneumatic chisel (jack-hammer). Ras Jam relates that as he got to the top, the entire scaffolding structure began to sway this way and that and that operating the jack-hammer cradled in his arms did nothing to stabilize the tower.
Ras Jambone is still plenty nimble to this day and you can catch some of his fancy antics as he entertains you at the Gibsonville Antiques Shop (located in that very building) this Sunday (7/27) from 2:30 to 4:30 pm. The energy is good and it is free of charge and open to the public. Myra Burkhead, the proprietress, is collecting canned goods for the Food Bank so bring a few staples for the needy when you come. One Community- One Love! See you there.
Friday, July 18, 2014
We’ll be at Gibsonville Antiques and Collectibles on Sunday afternoon (7/27) from 2:30 to 4:30. This Event is free of charge (tips/donations) and open to the public.
We'd love to see you there!
Thursday, July 17, 2014
It’s 60 degrees this morning and all the birds are singing. I’m quite sure they’re preparing for July’s big Festival in downtown Graham, NC. This will be some of the finest NC weather that we’ve had all year.
The Original Musicosophy Band is really excited to be playing tonight at the corner Grill. Various members have been on vacation in the past month and tonight we will reunite for the first time to play together with all of us there. While it was kind of fun to see what we could do with various configurations of our entire crew, it will be extra nice to have everyone here with us not only to share in camaraderie but also to get back to those special sounds we all bring to the mix and have come to rely on.
So come on down and join the fun, get some entertainment and some food and be part of our reunion celebration on this gorgeous July evening at the town-square in Graham, NC.
Details: 6:30-8:30 Thursday evening 7/17/2014 at 22 NE Court Square Graham, NC (on the street corner in the center of town) inside Graham Soda Shop and Grill. The food is great and the entertainment is free of charge to the general public.
Dale’s daughter made this way too precious video of the place from her own perspective… “we have parties almost every night; sometimes a party of ten will just drop in without callin’ ahead…” and “they try not to hire little boys who hit on all the little girls.”