You Black Kettle will be playing a very small set at the Chicago Zen Buddhist Temple on May 18th, located at 1710 W. Cornelia Avenue Chicago, IL 60657
We recommend buying tickets in advance as there is a limited amount available and they may sell out fast, see details below
4:30pm – 5:30pm Buddhist Social Forum: Buddhism and Feminism. Panel presentation and discussion
6:00pm – 9:30pm Vegetarian Feast and Burning Karma Kabaret. A celebration of Earth’s beautiful vegetables and an evening of music and performance. $20 advance, $25 at the door. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll call you back to arrange reservations.
Go to this place to see two thirds of You Black Kettle play two thirds of their songs:
Saturday, July 28, 2012 From 2:00pm until 7:00pm @ 1039 West Lake Street Chicago, IL 60622
RSVP @ email@example.comThe Sound Of Smoke Music Series, Vol 1
presented by TESA Cigar Co.
in part with 18th Street Brewery & Powell Brew House Presents:
This is a private event, so an RSVP is required to reserve a spot (space is limited)
…and here’s what will be in store for you
- 4 Bands
– Cigar Specials/Pairings
– Food provided by Chef Andrew Dering
– Home Brew and BYOB friendly
– All the samples your gullet can handle
TESA Cigar Co. is located at:
1039 West Lake Street Chicago, IL 60622
Which is just steps from the Morgan green Line stop
(for more info on TESA Cigar Co, click here: http://www.tesacigars.com/)
Don’t be late, music will start promptly at 2:15pm!
You Black Kettle @ 2:15 (http://
Poor Elvis @ 3:15 (http://www.poorelvis.com/)
The Brothers Goforth @ 4:15 (http://
The Jordan Years @ 5:15 (http://thejordanyears.com/)
Questions? @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The shipment has arrived and the gnomes will begin assembling the Compact Discs soon. Having trouble waiting? This should hold you over
We are playing the usbeerco once again, Saturday 23 June.
$3.00 OFF Online Ticket Promo Code: YOU574
Promo Codes Expire On: May 24th
The worker bees have been buzzing these last few weeks. We have a few shows coming up and have just finished up the mixing of two albums. Whew. Now they’re off to be mastered and will hopefully be done as soon possible as we are all getting antsy. In the mean time come out and see us at the Elbo room…
Come out to one of our shows and we’ll give you a button. Then, you can put it on and listen to our music. When you leave the show, others will see the button and be like, “Wow. That’s a cool button. Where did you get it?”. And then you’ll be like, “You Black Kettle gave it to me because they love me… and buttons.”
Because we love you.
February 24th 2012: US Beer Company 1801 N. Clybourn Lincoln Park, Chicago @7:00p.m. link: http://usbeercompany.com/
Go here to buy tickets in advance, they are cheaper: https://tickets.aftonshows.com/YouBlackKettle
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