A good reason to work up a sweat

I loves me some Lord Loves A Working Man and 12 Galaxies is one of my favorite venues to see them in. If Joe & I aren't completely wiped out and have in fact safely returned from the aleatoric roadtrip, we may just see you there…

Check out Lord Loves A Working Man LIVE
 On KZSU Radio 90.1 FM
 Wednesday, Juy 26th at 9:00 PM
 and live on the web @ http://kzsulive.stanford.edu/
 (See video at http://studio.stanford.edu/ )

 Then on Sunday:

 "Something Old, Something New"
 A Night of Soul Music With
 Ubiquity Recording Artist Nino Moschella
 Lord Loves A Working Man
 & DJ 4am
 Date: Sunday, July 30th 2006
 Location: 12 Galaxies,
 Address: 2565 Mission Street (@22nd), San Francisco,
 CA 94110
 Time: Doors 8pm/ 9pm Show
 Cost: $8

 Event Description:
 NINO MOSCHELLA, the newest sensation of Bay Area based
 soul label Ubiquity Records, brings his powerhouse
 vocal stylings and his talented band to grace the
 walls of 12 Galaxies.

 His impassioned brand of neo-indie soul captured on
 his debut album "The Fix" has been garnering large
 amounts of critical praise and airplay. The
 influential music blog Music For Robots calls his
 Ubiquity recordings "absolutely fabulous…a record
 that Steve Wonder should be making in 2006." It also
 caused DJ Mag to label his accompanying EP "Single of
 the month" and state, "Cut from the same cloth as
 soul/funk legends Stevie Wonder, Prince, Betty Davis
 and Sly Stone, 29 year old, multi-instrumentalist Nino
 Moschella is what they call in A&R circles "a right
 f*cking find".

 Hosting the evening and also performing is San
 Francisco's own 9-piece 60's style Soul group LORD
 LOVES A WORKING MAN. Rooted in the sounds of Stax and
 Muscle Shoals, LLAWM captures the spirit of the horn
 driven groups and Southern soul shouters of a by-gone
 day. Known for keeping their audiences dancing,
 romancing, and working up a sweat with original songs
 and some rare covers, they pay respectful homage to
 the tradition while infusing it with their own passion
 and spirit.

 Rounding out the evening will be DJ 4am, a favorite
 soul and sound collage vinyl spinner of the late night
 club scenes of the Hush Hush, Element, and Alpha

 Lovers of soul and funk music should not miss this
 chance to experience these new artists who will be
 providing a rare live listening experience that
 satisfies the appetite for sounds of the past as well
 as sounds of the future.

 For more info or music samples please visit