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Saturday October 30, 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7:00)
Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis
615 W. 43rd St., Indianapolis (just south of the Butler campus)
$10.00 for adults; $5.00 for students

Come celebrate Halloween with two of the area's most interesting bands--eclectic Celtic band Wild Mercy, and Il Troubadore, the region's only medieval rock band. Come prepared for an evening of music ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous, and everything in between! Come see and hear classically trained musicians gone bad! Costumes encouraged

Wild-Mercy.jpgWild Mercy will follow with a set of Halloween-themed songs featuring corporate zombies, vampire truckers, werewolves with dandruff, the dark side of Oz and Wonderland, monsters under the bed, pumpkins with attitude, warped fairy tales, highwaymen, shapeshifters of various sorts, and more, all done with their usual eclectic Celtic/jazz/ rock/folk flair.

Il Troubadore will start the evening with their usual eclectic mix. With a growing list of over 700 songs from over 60 countries and in 37 languages at their command, expect styles that range from Euro-American pop genres (e.g. Heavy Metal, Disco, Country, and Rock) to world music folk (e.g. Irish, Scottish, Albanian, Bhangra) to Asian film and dance-drama music (e.g. Indian Bollywood, Chinese, Thai) to western art music (e.g. Italian bel canto, Classical, Jazz). Belly dance is often part of the act. From Ireland to Indonesia, from Chinese opera to Klingon opera, expect the unexpected!

Il Troubadore and Wild Mercy will close the evening with a short joint set to bring the evening to a
rousing conclusion. Rock the pumpkin patch!

Thursday, October 21, 2010
Event is free and all ages
7:30 PM

Come join Gabriela, il Troubadore and Amirah at the Greek Islands Restaurant for a monthly open dance night to live Mediterranean music! Every third Thursday of the month!!

You'll hear and be able to dance to live Greek and Persian music, Bollywood and Bhangra music, Middle Eastern music, Eastern European music and some other quirky tunes done only as il Troubadore can do! Singing in over 40 languages and playing music from over... 60 countries, il Troubadore has earned the distinction of premiere world music band of Indianapolis!!

Greek Islands Restaurant
906 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225-1337
(317) 636-0700

il Troubadore is:
Robert Bruce Scott - vocals, mandolin
Jon Silpayamanant - cello, vocals
Paul Radecki - percussion, vocals
Wendi Wampler - clarinet, riq, bellydance

upcoming dates:
November 18
December 16

n100523719995188_3681.jpgil Troubadore to appear at this year's Ethnic Expo in Columbus, Indiana. Playing a sampling of music from all around the world in several different languages. Taletha will be our guest bellydancer for the event.

Friday, October 8th, 2010
7PM - 8PM

il Troubadore is:
Robert Bruce Scott - vocals, mandolin
Jon Silpayamanant - cello, vocals
Paul Radecki - tabla, djembe, vocals

Ethnic Expo





Step right up and witness the amazing sights and sounds as University Park comes to life with its second annual "Light-UP" Lantern Festival in University Park on Saturday, October 9, 2010, from 6-10pm.

The theme this year will be "Circus of Lights". The event gathering place will be on Crouse street, in the University Park neighborhood, in Akron, OH. Don Drumm Studios will participate in the festival by hosting a show of glowing pieces by Mark Soppeland (courtesy of the Harris Stanton Gallery).

The event is FREE and all are welcome to participate.

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