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Velvet Lounge

Velvet Lounge
Velvet Lounge, DC

Velvet Lounge
915 U St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 462-3213
11:00pm  $5  21+  w/ Glassoline, Enhance
Music will probably get started by 9:45 or 10:00 or so — check back for exact set times, we may be playing the middle slot (11:00 p.m.). See you there!

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Metro Cafe Show With Mary Cutrufello

Shupp performing at the Metro Cafe in DC Wed., Aug. 18th, supporting Mercury recording artist Mary Cutrufellow.

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Polly’s

Polly's Café
Washington, DC

Polly’s Café
1342 U St NW
Washington, DC
(202) 265-8385
9:00pm  (solo acoustic)  w/ Mark Whiteis-Helm, Lu Bango, Peter Fox

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Invited To International Pop Overthrow Festival

Mike Shupp was invited to perform at the International Pop Overthrow festival in Los Angeles, for a half hour set at The Gig, Sat. July 24th, in West L.A.; but alas, with only 3 days notice having been given, the logistics proved sufficiently daunting that the decision was made to take a pass on this one, with an agreement to appear at next year’s show (with a little more notice!) Watch this space for next year’s news…

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Velvet Lounge Compilation CD Released

Mike Shupp track “Letter to Annette” was included on the Velvet Lounge compilation CD “WAKE UP NOW!”, which is available now for only $2 at DCCD, Tower, Borders, Olsson’s, Flying Sauver, Atomic, Pharmacy, and City Bikes.  20 great Velvet Lounge regular bands are on the CD: 555, The Blisters, Villa Rosie, Magnet, Jonathan Spottiswoode, Adam West, Mood Room, 51 Peg, Clark’s Ditch, The Meat Joy, Vanity Champ, Milk-O-Matics, Polyplush Cats, Banana Fish Zero, Power Lloyd, The Put-Outs, The Spontanes, Signs Point To Yes, and Ben Connelly.  …Shupp plays the Velvet 7/31/99.

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Iota Club and Cafe

Iota Club and Cafe
2832 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
(703) 522-8340
10:00pm  $5  21+  w/ Sab Van Prauss ( Push Stars cancelled )
Originally scheduled as an opener for Capitol recording artists the Push Stars, who are touring behind their major label debut “After the Party,” but had to bow out due to a conflict; we will headline, with acoustic opening set by Sab Van Prauss