Literary And Loud
Kansas City black velvet glam band THE BLAZE MALAISE, will be performing at Prospero's Bookstore/Cafe, 3600 bdwy (in the mall) November 15th at 8pm. Prospero's proprietor,Will Leatham, enjoys mixing his rather extensive book collection, with an eclectic rock n roll crowd.. The Blaze Malaise could be considered somewhat of a Kansas City supergroup. Only formed February this year, they are Andrew Berenyi on guitar and vocals (former Warner Bros. recording artist and veteran of much successful touring, and international session work. Greg Manahan on bass, formerly of popular local act "London Drive" and now a part time member of classic rock group Head East. On drums, Chas Sims, formerly with Martina Mcbride, and other notables. they have played all over the city and are expanding into KS, MO, and Omaha, and Little Rock. quickly.
The atmosphere will be unique and laid back, and the band makes one feel like love, hate. joy, violence, fingernails on a chalkboard and being gently caressed, all at the same time; all at about 110 decibels. Refreshments will be at hand also. One could hardly ask more of a night out.
The Blaze Malaise, at Prospero's Bookstore/Cafe 3600 Broadway, KCMO November 15, 8PM $5.00. Contact: Adrian Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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