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Tuesday 31 January 2012

Your Host for Open Mic Nite at the Red Garnet

The Red Garnet is one of the niftiest venues in Peterborough, and just the right size for a cozy open mic. I'll be hosting this Thursday, February 2 session, and I hope you'll come check it out - or better yet, bring your unique talents to the stage.

If you'd like to pick a few tunes you can borrow my guitar, or bring your own esoteric instruments. It need not be musical, either - if you can spin plates, juggle lobsters, fold origami, breakdance, hold your breath for ten minutes, karate chop through a stack of cinder blocks, recite poetry, throw knives, blow fire, curate a flea circus, fit your body through a toilet seat or a coat hanger, say the alphabet backwards, bend spoons, tell jokes, imitate bird calls, share anecdotes, levitate, stage a puppet opera, read entrails, channel spirits, think out loud, arm wrestle, impersonate celebrities, exorcise demons, do a handstand, tell fortunes, fingerpaint, name all ten provinces, belly dance, tear a phonebook in half, eat glass, saw a woman in half, do card tricks, guess my weight, rant about politics, make confessions, open a beer bottle with your forehead, pay your bills on time, read auras, give massages, shoot from horseback, throw your voice, beat the devil, cheat death or read mass in Latin, then I think you should come out.

Things get started at 10:00. Once we figure out a regular rotation, I'll let you know when I'll be back, too.

If none of the above tickles your fancy, here's a little more inspiration:

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