We would like to congratulate Dave Watts from The Motet and Scott Morrill, owner and booking agent at Cervantes’, on yet another year of skillful death evasion. The two plan to celebrate another trip around the sun by dancing the night away with an eclectic performance by some of their favorite musicians at Cervantes’ Other Side.
Join us for the birthday celebration of the year along with two-time Grammy-winning bassist Oteil Burbridge of Dead & Company and the Allman Brothers, Dumpstaphunk’s deep south funk cousins Ivan & Ian Neville, Adam Smirnoff of Lettuce, Nick Gerlach of Turbo Suit, Will Trask of Great American Taxi, and The Motet’s Gabe Mervine and Lyle Divinsky.
Remember to get your tickets early – $20 in advance and $25 day of show. Doors open at 8:00 p.m. but in true Cervantes’ form you know the show won’t end until way after Dave and Scott have blown out the candles. See you Saturday!
By Brook McDonald
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