Sunday, April 5, 2009

The Beehive: House of Ill Repute

On April 15, from 9pm to 1am the Beehive in Boston’s South End will present Zack Hickman’s House of Ill Repute. Originating in 2004, this musical circus is a loud, jovial and mischievous variety show in the highest order featuring the very best musicians and entertainers. This one night only show will include artists such as:

Mark Erelli: A Boston headliner for over a decade, and Signature Sounds recording artist. Audience members should be prepared for a high energy, flashy performance. A highlight not to be missed, Erelli’s medley of Roy Orbison covers led with a full horn section.

Neil Cleary: Drummer, songwriter, singer extraordinaire, Neil Clearly will entertain viewers with his own interpretation of original rock-n-roll songs combined with some classic reworked covers (Think Madonna's "Borderline" as a country waltz). Fans can also anticipate Cleary’s much coveted Schoolhouse Rock cover of class “I’m Just a Bill” complete with crazy costumes.

Barnstar: This is an incredibly high energy bluegrass band that will also include Taylor Armerding (from Northern Lights) and banjo player Charlie Rose. Fast, loud, high tenor singing - guests can anticipate very aggressive, high energy music.

*Bonus: During the show, raffle tickets will be distributed. The lucky winner will receive a typical Zack-esque prize, auto parts or food from the Asian groceries.

Musical Comedy Sets Will Feature:

Ronald Reagan: Boston's Premier 80’s saxophone duo – Revelers get ready for 80’s songs, costume changes (Acid-washed jeans and neon brights anyone?).

MC Mr. Napkins: "Nerd-rap" – A hilarious performance of “nerdy” rap songs ensured to bring a chuckle amongst any group of pocket-protector-wearing smarties.

Attention Guests: Be sure to make you dinner reservations early and secure your spot for this action-packed, laugh riot! As always, there is no cover charge at The Beehive.

The Beehive
541 Tremont Street
Boston, MA
Phone: 617-423-0069

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