Thursday, August 9th – 10 pm
LA on Tour!
We tend to think of Girl Fry as a Latina punk band from L.A., but perhaps that’s simplistic.
We’re given to understand that Girl Fry or Girl Friar is a music project that is harvested semi-annually (though sometimes quarterly). The species is a hybrid descended from both the South and Central American Vaquero and the Iberian Guitarrista.
Girl Fry may be identified by bright electric motifs on black or dark gray background, or by signature wailing. Any measure of mass has been reportedly inconsistent; therefor, girl friyae is traditionally identified via visual and auditory cues.
They are often confused with other species within the Punk, Riot girl, Folk, Latin, and Queer genera. The proper classification of Girl Fry has been subject to much debate.
Come by the shop and we’ll play you the recording from last August, when they last passed through Bird & Beckett. You’ll begin to understand…
Do endeavor to get here on time Thursday night, ’cause it’s just one 1-hour set. And bring ten bucks for the band. They need your money to make this tour work.
It’s BYOB at Bird & Beckett, so you won’t have to spend another dime. It’ll be ten bucks well spent. You’ll be home in bed by midnight.
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Fits nicely in an invitation envelope for mailing. Fits in a pocket as well.
~~ Poetry as philosophy to plumb the deeper truths of these times ~~
$15 and worth every penny
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