Directed by Milan Karcic. “Manifesto” is from the Columbus band’s recently released Brick & Mortar.
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For the second year in a row, Joe Peppercorn (The Whiles, Watershed) will perform the Beatles catalog in it’s entirety AND in chronological order. It’s a massive undertaking and, fortunately, Peppercorn will get by with a little help from his friends (Parker Paul, Jesse Cooper, David Murphy, Branden Barnett, Chris Bolognese). The show starts at 4:30pm this afternoon at KOBO and cover is $5.
Read (614)’s story about how this came to be and what Peppercorn has been doing to prepare for the big day.
Here are the set times for the individual albums. The 215-song set list is after the jump.
Please Please Me 4:30
With The Beatles 5:20
Hard Day’s Night 6:10
… Beatles For Sale 6:50
HELP 7:30 PM
Rubber Soul 8:10 PM
Revolver 8:50 PM
Sgt Pepper 9:30 PM
Magical Mystery Tour 10:15 PM
White Album 11:15 PM
Yellow Submarine 12:35 AM
Let it Be 12;50 AM
Abbey Road 1:35 AM
As reported previously, the beloved Columbus venue with a tree growing through the roof is gone. RIP Andyman’s Treehouse and The Treehouse. But Ghost Shirt bassist Ryan Haye is giving the space a fresh start with a new but familiar name – The Tree Bar.
Things of note:
- The tree is gone (but not forgotten). The stump will have a plaque dedicated to Andyman.
- Draft beer!
- New bar top, new carpet, new paint, etc.
- Lots of familiar faces are returning: Joe Peppercorn (& his open mic), Quinn Fallon behind the bar, Kyle Sowash booking the bands, etc.
It all kicks off on Dec. 23 with sets from The Kyle Sowashes, SPD GVNR, Low Men, Ghost Shirt and Two Cow Garage. The doors at 887 Chambers Rd. open at 8pm, music at 9. Full story and details coming in Thursday’s Other Paper. EDIT: Here’s the link to the story.
If you didn’t catch Joe Pep covering every single Beatles song in one night at the Treehouse on Tuesday, here’s a little flavor of what you missed, courtesy of Super Desserts’ Justin Riley. Photos below, also from Riley — some from cellphone and some from his camera with a homemade fisheye lens. Continue reading
I meant to post this earlier, but it’s happening right now at the Treehouse. For this last-Tuesday-of-the-month installment of “Classic Album Night” at the Treehouse, Joe Peppercorn of the Whiles is playing every Beatles song in chronological order. It started at 6pm, so, according to Mr. Colin Gawel, you already missed the keytar and drum-machine version of “Long Tall Sally” and some others. But I hear the Beatles wrote more than a few songs, so there’s still plenty to catch. Guests are also encouraged to play on songs they know. It’s free.
As Gawel said, “There are mortals like myself, and then superheroes like Joe Peppercorn.”
Post videos if you got ‘em.