Thursday, December 18, 2008

The Recession Special Hits New York City Rock Club

The following e-mail just came in from B.B. King's Blues Club:

Come Out and Sing the Blues at B.B. King

Wall Street may be sinking but Times Square offers some relief. Present a copy of your latest unemployment check along with a picture ID to our box office and we'll take fifty percent off the price of tickets to our evening shows* at B.B. King Blues Club for the month of February.

Even though you've lost your job, you can still:

· ...see soul and Broadway superstar ANGIE STONE on February 17 for only $15!

· ...bring your tribe to see THE CANNABIS CUP REGGAE BAND for the BOB MARLEY Birthday Bash on February 6 for only $11!

· ...hear legendary bluegrass balladeer RALPH STANLEY on February 18 for only $15!

· ...join us for reggae legend MAXI PRIEST on February 8 for only $14!

· your troubles away with BROADWAY UNDERGROUND on February 16 for only $13!

· ...see the reunited original members of BLACKSTREET on February 20 for only $18!

Sometimes you've got to sing the blues, but you shouldn't have to break the bank to do it.

Join us at B.B. King Blues Club at 237 West 42nd St. (between 7th and 8th Avenue) for a drink and some of the best music that the city has to offer.

For more information on this promotion or any of the shows on our schedule, contact ....

*promotion excludes Saturday and Sunday weekly brunch shows, Super Bowl and Valentine's Day; maximum of fifty half-price tickets available per performance; offer only valid in person at our box office, open 11am to 1am seven days a week; promotion begins December 22, 2008
Really? Eeek.

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