I attended the Nerd film last night on the grass in downtown OKC, part of the deadCENTER Film Festival. Then went to the after party at the Purple Bar in Nonna’s. Good meatballs. Nonna’s had booked 80zenuf for the crowd that overlooked the intersection outside the Bricktown Ballpark. As you might expect, they play 80′s music and they play it very well. They have two guys in 80′s style suits working the crowd while the boys on stage have 80′s shades and shirts on. Good stuff.
Good crowd in Bricktown on Friday night, braving the weather to attend various entertainment options including the deadCENTER Film Festival and the 13th annual Blues Festival.
My band Falcon Five-O played to a good crowd over at Tapwerks. The new owners of about a year have installed a stage as they continue to revamp the old building.
Christmas on Mars, the Chinese Democracy of Martian Christmas movies, is expected to premiere this month. We’re serious.
There are only two showings scheduled (May 25 at Sasquatch! & June 14 at Bonnaroo), but more showings are in the works.
And if you haven’t seen it already, watch The Oklahoman’s Gene Triplett interview Wayne Coyne.