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Lowery 66 revisited, at Jupiter's Dylan Hoot
Lowery 66 revisited, at Jupiter's Dylan Hoot

Plenty of free live music to be had this weekend, with Jupiter Records at the corner of 41st and Red River in the Hancock Center kicking things off. For 24 hours, starting midnight Friday and continuing nonstop until midnight Saturday, local acts will perform live every hour on the hour in celebration of Jupiter Records 4th anniversary. Why? Co-owner Jason Enright says, "We're not Tower Records, we have to do things like this to get people aware of independent record stores. We could've just done this during store hours, but that wouldn't have been enough!" Unlike the 24-hour Gloriathon at Liberty Lunch several years ago, he promises free Real Ale and that more than one song will be sung during the celebration.


Scheduled Acts:

Eggbo (midnight)

Stingers (1am)

Paul Minor (2am)

Foamy (3am)

Spot (4am)

Muggy Fuggy (5am)

Anthony de los Santos (6am)

Parade (7am)

Rebecca Rodriguez (8am)

Dickie Lee Erwin (9am)

Driver (10am)

Gene Pool (11am)

Peter Keane (noon)

Wayne's Donkey (1pm)

God Drives a Galaxy (2pm)

The Hippie Cowboys (3pm)

Lowery 66 (4pm)

Johnny Goudie (5pm)

Patrice Pike (6pm)

Kevin McKinney (7pm)

Darin Murphy (8pm)

Soulhat (9pm)

Kacy Crowley (10pm)

Jeff Klein (11pm)

Sleepy Dreamy (midnight)

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