Tonight Havana celebrates it's first birthday with nearly every DJ-from DV One to Merchbot 2000-that's ever spun at the Cuban themed palm tree decked club.>"/>
Tonight Havana celebrates it's first birthday with nearly every DJ-from DV One to Merchbot 2000-that's ever spun at the Cuban themed palm tree decked club. Stop by after 10 p.m. to take part in the balloon filled festivities or get a pre-show warm up beverage before heading accross the street to Neumo's!
They've got Vancouver's Lightning Dust (see this week's feature) taking the stage complimented by Seattle's folk inspired trio of former rockers (PGMG's Derek Fudesco, Hint Hint's Pete Quirk and Cobra High's Marty Lund), the Cave Singers. Expect some hootenany style shennanigans this evening, as Lightning Dust's Amber Webber and Joshua Well's both contributed to the Cave Singers forthcoming full-length, Invitation Songs. They gave a sneak preview of what to expect back in February when both bands played the Croc. Quirk chimes in here on their soon to be tourmates, as they get ready to hit the west coast together:
SW: How did you come to have Webber sing on your record?
PQ: Through our friend Justin Deary, from Whalebones. He said that if we needed any vocals or extra instrumentation that he could asked some of his friends from Vancouver, where we were headed to record.