February 16th, 2011

The Look Ahead 2.16.10: The Wheel Workers, Technology & Soul, and Saints & Tzadiks

Never has a Wednesday hit harder than this one (well, until the next one rolls around). Getting over the hump is going to be a helluva task. A little rest and relaxation are just around the corner. I know… That’s not really helping, is it.

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The Wheel Workers Album Release Party at Walter’s

Where: Walter’s on Washington [4215 Washington Blvd., 77007]
When: Friday, February 18th
How much: $10 (which includes a free copy of the CD)
Scoop’d from: @TheWheelWorkers

You read our review of the new album Unite on Monday. Now’s your chance to catch The Wheel Workers live. Prove us wrong. Walk away from the show saying that the music isn’t “dreamy.” We can take the criticism… maybe. The opening bands are Houston group Featherface and DFW’s The Orbans. We will be there. Will you?

Technology and Soul  at the Jung Center Houston

Where: The Jung Center Houston [5200 Montrose Blvd.]
When: Wednesday, February 16 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
How much: $15 ($10 Jung Center members)
Scoop’d from: The Jung Center Houston

“In this age of Twitter, iPads, and mobile phones, it often seems that the world of technology is drowning out the world of soul. But what if the world of the creative imagination and the world of machines were more mixed up than we usually acknowledge? Author Erik Davis explores how we imagine technology and how the seeming explosion of its influence in our lives is part of a long, fascinating history.”


Saints & Tzadiks: A Concert of Yiddish and Irish Songs

Where: University of St. Thomas, Jones Hall [3910 Yoakum]
When: Wednesday, Feb 16 at 7:30 PM
How much: $10 Adults / Children and Students Free
Scoop’d from: The Jewish Community Center Houston

“Irish singer Susan McKeown and Klezmatics lead singer and accordionist, Lorin Sklamberg, present Saints & Tzadiks—a concert combining Yiddish and Irish songs. Culled from rare archive material and old recordings, McKeown and Sklamberg have selected songs on various themes from the Jewish and Irish traditions.”

— The Loop Scoop

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