Event:      Bucktown Revue (music and comedy, old-fashioned webcast radio program)

Date:  Friday, April 19, 2013
The Bucktown Revue, an old-fashioned webcast radio program featuring music, poetry and humor, will present a Valentine's Day show at 7 p.m. at the Davenport Junior Theatre, Annie Wittenmyer complex, 2822 Eastern Ave. Scott Tunnicliff is the host, and The Barley House Band and Milltown are the house bands. Performers will include musicians and singers The Ripplers, The Possible Side Effects, Just 4 Fun, Dan Peart, Sophia Pike, Wenonah Allen, Jonathan Turner, Korah Winn, Steve Couch, and Bill "Baxter" Klutho. The program will be available for free download from Apple iTunes and The Bucktown Revue website. Admission is $12. Call 563-940-0508 or email for details.

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