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Newsletter from 2008-09-24:

Aloha Scuba Squad,

I see a couple of BSR shows in your future!

Thursday September 25th
High Noon Saloon presents

Primates Inc. Fundraiser

Yokinazu Project
Baghdad Scuba Review
The Pinch
Aaron Williams & the Hoodoo

7:30 PM / $7 cover / 21 and up/ silent auction begins at 6:30 pm

Have fun while helping to raise money for a good cause! Primates Incorporated strives to provide lifetime enriched care and improve the quality of life for nonhuman primates who come from the entertainment industry, research facilities, zoos, refuges, and private ownerships. A silent auction and raffle will begin at 6:30, and live music starts at 7:30. About the bands: The Yokanizu Project is a tight, cohesive jam band featuring seasoned players. Baghdad Scuba Review is a six-piece group of talented musicians who combine well-disciplined progressive rock with an entertaining, political stage presence, resulting in a rapidly growing local following. Local rockers The Pinch will keep the energy up, while Aaron Williams & the Hoodoo start things off with some hard-hitting blues rock.

Saturday October 4th

38th Annual Great Midwest Marijuana Harvest Festival

History will be made once again the first weekend of October when the 38th Annual Great Midwest Marijuana Harvest Festival returns to Madison. Harvest Fest, now far into its foutrth decade, will once again celebrate the harvest and bring the Wisconsin and Midwest cannabis community together again.

12:00 - 1:00p  Not On Mars  (louder than jazz, smarter than rock)

1:30 - 2: 30p   Bu.r.p!  (funk/jam rock trio)

3:00 - 4:15p  Baghdad Scuba Review  (progressive thinking modern classic rock)

4:45 - 6: 00p   Reverend Eddie Danger  (cosmic folk with a tribal twist of jazz)

"We got plenty of money in Washington. What we need is more priority." --George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., June 2, 2008