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Glad You Asked

Glad You Asked: Rodriguez, Kottonmouth Kings and Bees

by Colin Wolf
- Posted // 2013-04-29 -

Dear GYA, I would like to thank our breakfast overlords at McDonald's for finally lifting their ironclad, 10:30 a.m. breakfast embargo. For years, I've been battling weekend hangovers for a chance at a greasy Egg McMuffin -- only to discover the menu rolled over to lunch 20 seconds before I walked through the door. Now, it would seem we've at last obtained breakfast freedom! Rubble rubble. Anything happening today to celebrate this historic moment? - Bobby Bibby, Magna

Bobby, I'm gonna let you in on a little tip: If you don't eat shitty fast food, you can have breakfast whenever you want! But, we both know that's not gonna happen, so here's some of what's going down today:

American rock musician Sixto Rodriguez will be performing at The Complex. Jenny O. is also on the bill. Tickets are $25. The show starts at 8 p.m.

Alterna-rap band and weed lovers Kottonmouth Kings will be onstage at In The Venue. Deuce, Dizzy Wright, Snow Tha Product and Eskimo Callboy are also performing. The show starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $21.

At Spring Mobile Ballpark, the Salt Lake Bees will be taking on the Colorado Springs Sky Sox tonight at 6:35. It's Smith's Family Night, which means you can score four tickets and four hot dogs for $20!

For today's complete list of things to do, click here.

Twitter:@WolfColin

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Posted // May 1,2013 at 18:10

I went to the Rodriguez show on Monday.  I had seen him 4 years ago in Seattle, where I hail from, because a friend of mine workes at Light in The Attic records( they rereleased Sixto's music) and had an amazing night at the Triple Door ( a venue that seats 200 people.

 However, I walked out on the Monday show and have felt disgruntled about it ever since.   The Complex is hands down the SHITTIEST venue I have ever been to.  It's so over commericalized and plastic that standing in line for 35 mins for a drink is a standard.  Not to mention that it's a concrete warehouse that has no intention or desire to provide quality sound to an audience of people who just spent 36 dollars ( with smithtix surcharges) to see a man who most likely wont be touring much more in his life.  Please, if anyone has the same opinion about the Complex and how explotive their approach to live music is, dont go to show's there. I for one will not.  

-cb

 

 
 
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