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    Looking for something "original" to do this New Year's Eve that won't bust your bank account? Well I've got just the event for you. 91.9 WFPK is hosting their "New Year's Eve Bash" at Headliners Music Hall for a mere $10 advance/$12 day of show ticket price. The event will feature a live broadcast by WFPK DJ's Woodrow on the Radio and Matt Anthony along with a live performance by one of Louisville's hottest up-and-coming original bands, The Pass.

    The Pass, who recently just dropped their debut album "Burst" (click here to read the album's review) on Louisville's SonaBLAST! Records, will energize the night with their eighties style retro-pop-rock to ring in the new year. Having seen this band perform once before, I can contest that they are definitely an intriguing act who will synthesize their way to your heart and bring you to your feet with rhythmic & sultry electronic jams. 

    And once you've ran out of breathe from dancing all night, pony-up to an Airhead's oxygen bar for a little reviving before you wet your whistle to a champagne toast at midnight. And to top it all off, there will be plenty of burlesque-style visual spectacles provided by the Cirque Airotic Performance Group and FREE memento photos for all by Yep, all that's included for only $10.

    For advance tickets, get them at ear X-tacy,

    Headliners Music Hall

    , or at Louisville Public Media.

    A New Year's Eve Bash with 91.9 WFPK
    featuring The Pass
    Friday, December 31
    Headliners Music Hall
    1386 Lexington Rd.
    8 pm
    18 & up
    $10 advance / $12 DOS

    Jason Ashcraft is a freelance music writer who focuses on Kentucky's original music scene. Visit his blog at

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    About Jason Ashcraft

    Jason is a life-long Louisville native who grew up in the Highlands, and now resides in an undisclosed fortified location somewhere in Louisville. He's followed Louisville's rock music scene for almost 10 years, first as a concert promoter, then an artist manager, and now a music critic and reviewer. He's one crazy Jarhead who'll literally publish anything his mind conceives on impulse, so don't always expect him to follow the traditional laws of journalism. He has intent of reviving Hunter S. Thompson's “gonzo journalism” if only his editors will allow it...which they don't usually.

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