William Shatner's Poetry With Prog-Rock Band
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The last date listed for William Shatner was Thursday October 24, 2013 / 9:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Playing retro radio hits from "Whip It!" to "We Got the Beat" to "Turning Japanese," the New Wave nerds-that-rock, the Spazmatics, play host to an unstoppable '80s dance party. Clad in their finest geek-chic costumes, complete with pocket protectors, the Spazmatics will blow your parachute pants away with their outstanding musicianship and high-energy stage presence. By the time they get to the Depeche Mode medley, you'll have experienced all the Men at Work and Missing Persons you can handle and still be "Hungry Like the Wolf" for more. Learn More
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william shatner was a hoot! the place is a good size, and the sound was a bit loud, but not too bad. the venue itself.......... they have a bit of a scam going.......... the empty table and seats can be had for a minimum of $25. spent on food and/or beverages. the drinks are pricey, and they have horrible dry precooked food with a predetermined menu with prices starting at $29 and going to $49. (the chicken was dry as death valley and tasted of death). i give it 2 stars because of the food and the pay to sit policy. it wouldn't be so bad, but the food is the worst type of bad catering food that must have been cooked several times...... the meat was ultra dry, the veges soggy and festering of limpness, and the potatoes were powdered junk.......... all for $29. as long as you are willing to spend another $30. to $50. per person to sit (which for this show, was really the only way to watch it............) and get sick if you eat the food............ the music you come to see should be ok.
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William Shatner's Ponder The Mystery follows the well-received, space-inspired album Seeking Major Tom, which featured songs by U2, Frank Sinatra, Queen and Pink Floyd, and was released in October 2011.