Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Tuesday at FDIC - a free day for some, HOT sessions for others, general rowdiness for all. After a day of exploring and learning, the group met up at the Slippery Noodle for some live music. Some got to see the tunnels in the basement that were used in the Underground Railroad. There apparently were some unexplained presences that made themselves known in some strange ways. Chad is now scared of the dark.
From there, we continued on to Howl At the Moon where duelling pianos entertained the group for the rest of the evening. The songs start out as you'd expect but the quality of the lyrics declines steadily as the night goes on with custom songs emerging from well known ones. Whether the result is better or worse depends on who you ask, but it's definitely worth seeing (or hearing). For a price, you can have a phrase written on the board at the front of the bar that stays up there until someone pays more to change it- the guys did Canada proud!
|Canadian firefighters did their country proud at Howl At the Moon in Indy Tuesday night!|
April 21, 2010
By Jodi Neuman The Fire Within
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