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Submitted by Michael Deeds on Wed, 01/30/2013 - 10:19am, updated on Thu, 01/31/2013 - 12:29am
Bring on the '80s! And '90s! Alt-rock band Camper Van Beethoven and Boise indie mainstay Built To Spill are among the third wave of bands heading to Downtown Boise for the second annual Treefort Music Fest in March.
These veteran bands, along with previously announced groups Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and Animal Collective, offer further proof that Treefort isn't treating its definition of "emerging acts festival" as an ironclad directive.
-The Postal Service, "Such Great News"
-Mike Cooley, "Loaded Gun in the Closet"
-Jim James, "A New Life"
-Herbert Groenemeyer w/Bono, "Mensch"
-The Joy Formidable, "This Ladder is Ours"
-Camper Van Beethoven, "Northern California Girls"
1. GO OUT WITH A BU-U-U-DDY Pauly Shore? What is it, 1989? You know it. The Weasel has four shows lined up tonight and Saturday at Liquid Laughs. Will Totally Pauly be hilarious, or will he cause grindage of your teeth? You be the judge:
Jerry Joseph: With Steve Drizos and Steve James. $12, at The Record Exchange, Egyptian Theatre box office, 387-1273, or egyptiantheatre.net. $14 at the door. Two-day pass is $20.
Æ 8 p.m. Feb. 15, Neurolux, 111 N. 11th St., Boise. Opening: Stoneseed.