Rebel Yell, Rebel Write Fiction

Free reading / music show Whiskey Rebellion

Rebel Yell, Rebel Write Fiction

You've got about an hour to get over to the south Hyde Park Bar & Grill (4521 West Gate Blvd.), where one of the more literary free parties is going down tonight (3/17). But don't expect anything too bookish – not with a name like Whiskey Rebellion.

Lineup below...

6:00 Music by Southpaw Jones
6:30 Reading by Amelia Gray
6:45 Reading by Bill Cotter
7:00 Music by Jennifer Ellen Cook
7:45 Reading by P. Tyson Midkiff
8:00 Music by Alina Simone
8:45 Reading by Stephen Elliott
9:00 Music by The Shake
9:45 Reading by James Hannaham

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