The 5pm Post – From the Events Calendar, PoP Picks…

Outer Body Llama, LIVE!!!:

The Pinch
3548 14th Street Northwest
Saturday, January 5th, 2013
9:00pm – 11:30pm | FREE!

Question for you all:
Which currently active D.C. rock’n’roll band played the old 9:30 Club on F Street, the original Black Cat, the Bayou, and rocked the Capitol Ballroom with the Violent Femmes on New Year’s Eve?

Hint: They play Molly Malone’s every month

Another hint: They are a self-described “blue collar spacepop” band

The most important hint: They are playing The Pinch this Saturday, Jan 5th (woo hoo!!!)

The Pinch is very pleased to announce Outer Body LLama will be bringing it to the stage in the downstairs lounge. No better way to kick off a great year in live shows!

No cover. Outstanding music.

See all of tonight’s and the week’s events here.  To add your event, click the events tab up top and then click “add an event”.  You can add concerts, museum/gallery exhibits, fundraisers, sporting events, bike rides etc. You can add anything you think will be of interest to PoPville.

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