Invisible Babies Choir at the Tea Bazaar

January 25th, 2012 · 1 Comment · By

Quite the badass rock and roll show going down at the Tea Bazaar tonight. Invisible Hand headline tonight, and this’ll be something of a farewell-for-now show to Adam Smith, who’s headed off to NYC for a while.

The Hand is joined tonight by The Babies, a Brooklyn-based band featuring Cassie Ramone of Vivian Girls, Kevin Morby of Woods, plus a couple more folks. If you’re a fan of either of those other projects, The Babies should definitely be up your alley.

And leading off are some of Charlottesville’s elder statesman of punk/indie rock, a Maynard Sipe fronted project called Girl Choir. Maybe you caught their debut show opening for Dump last August, but if not, they’re fun up-tempo rock and roll.

Show starts at 9PM and costs $7.

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  • 1 James // Jan 25, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    I’m psyched about this show!

    Fun Fact: a customer at work yesterday looked at this poster (the less-crazy version) and — without knowing that I had designed it — asked me if “Girl Choir” was an actual choir. She seemed dismayed when I told her that not only were they not a choir, but that they were a punk band that did not even have any girls in it. I did also make sure to point out that, as far as I know, none of the members of the Babies are actual babies, either.