Goodness me. Come on down to the monthly party. We’ll all be here. You should join us. Food and drink for purchase. Free admittance. Bring cash to tip the band! Doors are at 6. Band plays around 8. Bring the whole family.
“Robot Sunsets are an ever-tightening performance outfit, featuring the inimitable Lars Larson on drums (he has a kick cowbell, y’all), the embarrassingly talented David Russell on bass (we have more bass solos than guitar solos), the musical mastermind of Jason Puccinelli on guitar and vocals (he’s got more jam than Smuckers’ got jelly), and Jed Dunkerley, singing lead and writhing around (to quote Evan Mosher after our last show: ‘…like a combination of Tom Jones and David Byrne.’) The music of Robot Sunsets will get you laughing and thinking while wanting to dance.
Celebrating our Centennial by the decade! The next installment brings the 60s (1959 – 1968) into (or out of) focus. So dress accordingly, come in character, borrow colorful 60s props, and pose for photos in our classy booth. Check out the splendid June installment of the HPIC Decade Banners – a new graphic design montage on display each month at Corner Bar, to help us get immersed in those fabulous bygone times. It’s the living end! Thanks to our inspired volunteers – Dina Johnson, Kay Kirkpatrick, Julie Schickling, and other special contributors – that have put so much effort into documenting our history in such a way.