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Friday Night Lives at Gus'

scribbler, mess folk, omma cobba and quaker parents



I write this to you from wedding central in Toronto, wearing last night's dress and drinking a lot of water. If I was in Halifax tonight I would be cleaning myself up in preparedness for a rather ripping show tonight at Gus' featuring Scribbler and friends Mess Folk, Omma Cobba and the always-perfect Quaker Parents at Gus'. It starts at 10pm, costs five dollars and features the newly-restored Scribbler lineup, with Micro Organs' Matthieu Blanchard filling in on drums, the brothers Craig and Alex Currie, Nathan Pilon and original bass player Adrian Morrison. Craig says the band are working away at their first album in 4 years (!) and are plugging ever-forward. If you miss this evening's merriments, they have another show next Wednesday at Gus' with Cigarettes, Dance Movie and Beams.

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