Another cool-sounding event for the holidays -- tomorrow night, Wednesday, December 23rd, that crazy gang known as the Sideshow Tramps and countrified songsters Robert Ellis and the Boys will be leading a crew of Christmas carolers around the Montrose 'hood, singing and marching and partying as they go.
They'll start off at Taft Street Coffee (2115 Taft St.), head down to KPFT to play live on Technology Bytes, then meander back up to Mango's to play an all-night free show with drink specials & whatnot.
While the show's free, btw, in the giving spirit of the season, the bands are collecting donations for the Houston Area Women's Center, which is definitely something worth supporting. And plus, Hank Schyma of the Southern Backtones will be filming scenes for a real-live movie he's making called Honky Tonk Blood.
So get on out, bring a flashlight or three, dress in "freaky/trampy holiday attire," and let your Montrose freak flag fly...
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