The Silent Music Revival at the Firehouse 

A heads-up from our music column Inside Track.

The Silent Music Revival will go, um, silent Dec. 2. Organizer Jameson Price (Our Stable Violent Star, Pedals On Our Pirate Ships) is leaving the River City for a bit and will host one last show that night at 9 at the Firehouse Theatre.

The lineup includes past SMR favorites Gull, Mermaid Skeletons, Now Sleepyhead, and Swordplay, each providing an improvised soundtrack to one of four different silent films.

More info on The Silent Music Revival's MySpace here.

-- Mike Rutz of “Activate” on 97.3 and Jay Smack of “Studio B” on 102.1


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