Sunday Bloody Sunset marks the triumphant return of former booking agent Kwab Copeland to the cozy Ballard club. Copeland has taken over the Sunday rock show duties (in addition to his new post filling dates at the High Dive) since the departure of former 4 OClock Rock lady Jenny Bendel (whos moved over to King Cobra booking duties). Copeland promises that the show will be a nonstop cavalcade of live music, comedy, film, and variety, with coffee, doughnuts, good times, and $3 Bloody Marys, the drink of the day. The inaugural event features Thee Sgt Major III, Jimmy Flame & the SexXy Boys, the Brown Stripes, and the White Strokes, along with two mystery headliners (that Kwab refuses to budge on). Well, it works well enough for Lost. AJA PECKNOLD
Listen to a sample of Jimmy Flame & the Sexxy Boys' "I really want."
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Sun., Feb. 17, 9 p.m., 2008