New music at Little Church Theatre Saturday

Tickets are on sale at Bop City Records, in advance, or at the door, presented by Martian Sound and the Cave Recording Studio.

The Des Larson Trio and Whipping Goat play at the Little Red Church Theatre this Saturday for a night of brand new original music.

First up is Whipping Goat, fresh out of the gate with a full set of originals. This smokin’ new trio has been creating a real buzz.

They open for the Des Larson Trio, who have just finished recording their latest EP at the Cave Recording Studio, and continue to impress everywhere they play.

The EP was produced by former 54-40 guitarist Phil Comparelli, who spoke very highly of the band and their new material. Check out their latest video, Beautiful, on YouTube.

This will be a licensed event, 19 + only, from 8 to 11 p.m. Tickets are on sale at Bop City Records, in advance, or at the door, presented by Martian Sound and the Cave Recording Studio.

— Des Larson Trio

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