Happy Hooligan’s Holiday……Corabi to Jam for Kids in Nashville

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Being a middle-aged married dad with bills to pay makes it pretty difficult to get out of the house to see shows. That’s part of the reason we started doing the Decibel Geek Podcast. We live vicariously through the memories & discussion brought forth on the show. But if there’s one thing that can get us out into the wild of Music City, it’s an acoustic show with one of our favorite singers from one of our favorite albums performing for the benefit of helping underprivileged kids have a better Holiday season.

John Corabi, he of the ironclad pipes on the fantastic 1994 Motley Crue album as well as many other great projects, will be performing at Drifters in East Nashville this Friday, December 13th in what’s being billed as the “John Corabi & Friends Acoustic Toys for Tots Benefit.” It’s a mystery as to what “friends” will be at this show but there’s plenty of possibilities with so many of John’s contemporaries living in town.
Corabi has spent the past year touring with Cinderella as well as a short stint with Russ Dwarf throughout Canada. You can hear Russ’ thoughts on that tour in the recent episode in which he was a guest.
The show will hopefully feature songs from Corabi’s entire career including material from his Crue album as well as songs from his days in Union and maybe even a few nuggets for the new solo album. We’re keeping our fingers crossed.
If you’re close to Nashville, try to come out and enjoy a great night of music while helping out a worthy cause. Admission is $15.00 but that can be bypassed by bringing an unwrapped toy to donate. That’s a small price to pay for some great tunes and good company. The show starts at 8:00pm. If you see a couple of middle-aged dorks in the audience acting like idiots, come by and say hello!

 

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