Men on Horseback w/ Tusks

. July 1, 2015.
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Men on Horseback’s first stop on their tour supporting their new EP, Beggars is Ann Arbor. Think Neil Young meets Queens of The Stone Age in a mixture of steady acoustic strings and pulsing electric tones. Opening the show is Ann Arbor’s own ambient and jazzy band Tusks, who just released their very first album, Pink & Teal. Other performers include Willo Collective and 9 Volt Brain.

8pm. $8/general admission, &12/under 21. Blind Pig, 208 N. First St. 734-996-8555. blindpigmusic.com

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