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Three Gigs in 24 hours!

Let the binge begin!

September 29, 6:30 pm
     Benefit for Fallen Bikers
     Eagle's Hall, Ossining, NY
     7 Old Albany Post Rd

September 29, 9:30 pm-ish
     The Claddagh Bar & Grill, Mahopac, NY
     925 Route 6
     (914) 734-4192

September 30, 1:30 pm
     Mahopac Chamber Community Park
     Downtown Mahopac
     Route 6N and Sycamore Rd

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Holy Metamucil, Batman!

Could we be getting our dose of The LGC with regularity?

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Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Yes, things got broken. With a reorganization of the site, some of the relative links were relatively un-linked. I think I've caught them all, but if you find anything askew let us know by clicking the "Contact the Management" link at the bottom of the page. In the meantime, vid the tantalizing entry above, to be fleshed out as soon as details are fleshed out.....
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Beyond Sunset

Otto Goes WildA big thanks to everyone who dragged their collective ass down to The Sunset House in Peekskill Friday night. A most memorable night to say the least!

As if booty-shakin’ babes dancing on wobbly tables wasn’t enough, a surprise special guest appearance by the legendary local singer/ frontman/madman, Dino Fregosi, took it to the next level, which could best be described as total reckless chaotic abandon!

The end of the night saw Dino, Roxy, Stewed and the delicious Plushie Lush sharing a mic with The Scared Stiff's bass-thumping ghoul-gone-wild Chris Laubis before the whole thing basically burst into flames.

Otto and DinoDino had so much fun that he invited LGC to open up for his ever-popular Dino and the Missiles next Saturday night (9/29) at The Claddagh in Mahopac at 10.

For those following along, that’s three gigs in 24 hours this upcoming weekend for the Cocktails, beginning with The Fallen Biker Benefit at 6:30 at Eagle's Hall (7 Old Albany Post Rd, Ossining, NY) and winding up at the gazebo in Mahopac Chamber Community Park (Corner of Routes 6 and 6N, Downtown Mahopac) at 1:30 pm. Hope to see you at one or all of ‘em. We’ll be the ones on stage -- with the guitars, drums and stuff...

HarvĂ© does his thingOn a separate note - we raise and drain our glasses to the meanest pianist we know, Harvé Bangwaller, who not only survived his first LGC gig, but made it sing. Thanks, Harvé -- we may even reconsider not posting those embarrassing post-gig cheesecake shots of you, too.

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Here You Come Again

We have been invited to participate in a Benefit for Fallen Bikers to be held on September 29 at the Eagle's Hall in Ossining, NY (yes, the same Ossining that contains the notorious Sing Sing prison). We're sharing the bill with Blue Mozart, a phenomenal hard-driving, rockin' blues band from up around these parts.

Details will follow, so all of this is approximate, but it seems the evening will kick off at 5:00 pm, and we'll begin kicking ass at 6:30.

Eagles Hall, 7 Old Albany Post Rd., Ossining, NY. This funky little dance space is a 100-year-old, former church that has been a setting in Hollywood productions. It features a wooded dance floor, air-conditioning, open bar, and plenty of safe, free parking. The location is moments from Ossining and Croton-Harmon train stations.

From Taconic State Pkwy., take Rt. 134 exit west for 3 miles to right at light on Rt. 9A North, then make 3rd right at large Shady Farm Road Sign (also smaller sign for General Electric) after approx. 1 mile. After taking exit, turn left on Old Albany Post Rd., and the club is 0.1 mile on right.

From Rt. 9 (between Ossining and Croton-on-Hudson), turn on Old Albany Post Rd. across from St. Augustine's Church and School. The turn is just south of Rt. 9 and 9A split. If you are heading North it's a right before the light; heading South it's a left at the light. After the turn, the hall is approx. 0.2 miles on left.
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Rainy Day Band (and a new poster!)

Here's a photo from the big (not-)after party subsequent to the rain-out at Crystal. (It features the earliest known photo of Harvé with the band.)

The Rainy Day Band
The rainy day band
Otto, Stewed, St. Pauli, Roxy, and Harvé
In their depression, The Lifesize Gorgeous Cocktails turn to drink.
(As if they needed the excuse...)

And on a happier note...
Here's the poster for the Sunset House show!
The LGC at Sunset House poster

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