A very Saucy Monky house concert.
RSVP. Suggested donation: $10
Saturday, January 15, 2004. 8 p.m. Sharp.
Sunnyvale, California 94085
What’s going on
Since two was so much fun, I’m doing it again. My first house concert of 2005 will feature the acoustic half of Saucy Monky. Annmarie Cullen and Cynthia Catania will start the new year off right.
Your New Year’s resolution? Support great music. Start here.
About Saucy Monky
Saucy Monky’s debut EP Celebrity Trash got noticed with its infectiously catchy “Flicker” and “Don’t Wanna Know Your Name.”
They’ve followed that up with Turbulence, which features more of Annemarie and Cynthia’s fab voices and sticks-to-you-like-candy-apples pop. And one crazy cover of … yes … “I Touch Myself.”
While Annmarie (of Dublin, Ireland) and Cynthia (somewhere in New Jersey) found each other by accident, where you will be a few Saturdays from now is completely under your control.
Q: So what is a house concert, anyway?
A: It’s a wonderful way to experience music. Acoustic sound, intimate
setting. No smoke, no drunks, no obnoxious suits.
Q: Where is the concert?
A: In my living room. Really. You’ll get directions to the house when
you RSVP. (hint, hint!)
Q: When should I arrive?
A: Between 7:30 and 7:59 is good. If you’re late, enter via the back
Q: What about transportation?
A: There’s plenty of street parking, I live within walking distance of
the Caltrain station, and the VTA buses drop you off two blocks away.
Q: Can I blog about this concert?
A: Sure. Please direct people to RSVP to email@example.com.
Don’t post my other email address on the web for spambots.
Q: Who gets the money?
A: Annmarie and Cynthia. Every cent.
Q: Will they have CDs and merch for sale?
Q: Who should I bring?
A: Bring a friend! Bring a date! Bring your Mom! Bring all three!
Q: What should I bring?
A: Drinks and snacks will be provided, but if you’d like to bring
something to share, I’d be really grateful. If you have folding chairs,
let me know.