Squeeze-bot is a unique band that plays rock and roll on tuba, banjo, accordion, and a toy drumset. Yes, they are pretty awesome. The imaginative group of people behind this brainchild of an ensemble include Todd Hildreth on accordion, Mick Sullivan on banjo, Brandon Johnson on tuba, and Megan Samples on the toy drums.
Over the winter Squeeze-bot will be playing Trolley Hop Fridays at The Haymarket Whiskey Bar. This Friday at 9 p.m. will be the final first Friday of 2013. Come break in the holiday season with an evening of weird jazz, northern soul and general amusement. Along with great music and drinks you will enjoy the warm fuzzy feeling of helping Squeeze-bot raise a few 'pretty pennies' for the Wayside Mission. Cost to get in is $5 and all proceeds will be donated to the Wayside Mission. If you bring a can of food or a lightly used winter jacket to donate you get in free.
Some of the drink specials include $5 Angel's Envy and $3 Hudepohl Amber Lager.
WHAT: Squeeze-bot Holiday Party
WHEN: December 7, 2012 at 9 p.m.
WHY: Benefit the Wayside Mission, listen to great music, and enjoy good drinks.
WHERE: The Haymarket Whiskey Bar- 331 E. Market St., Louisville, KY 40202.
Photo: courtesy of Squeeze-bot
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