Lucky Ten #11 > 11-10-10

 

The eleventh, final* Lucky Ten event of the year will be a free screening of 13 Most Beautiful: Songs for Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests. The one-hour film will be preceded by a live set of music by Mark Hutchins, who released one of the great albums of the year with Sleepy Furnace, and followed by a multimedia performance by post-rock purveyors Metavari, featuring OLG’s Nate Utesch.

13 Most Beautiful features a baker’s dozen of Andy Warhol’s famous silent film portraits, including Dennis Hopper, Nico, Lou Reed and Edie Sedgwick, set to a soundtrack featuring the music of Dean & Britta (formerly of Luna). In celebration of the Lucky Ten series, this event is free and open to the public! Having said that, Cinema Center holds around 140 people, so…get there early.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Doors open: 7:30PM
Mark Hutchins (w/ Josh Hall, Jon Keller and Jon Ross): 8:00PM
’13 Most Beautiful': 9:00PM
Metavari: 10:00PM

View the 13 Most Beautiful trailer here.
If you still use Facebook, you can share the event at this page.

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One Lucky Guitar has celebrated its tenth anniversary by staging, producing or sponsoring a series of concerts and events under the ‘Lucky Ten’ moniker. The Lucky Ten series has included:

Sleepy Furnace: Mark Hutchins album release show; One Lucky Guitar offices, January 30th

Down the Line 4; Embassy Theatre, February 20th

Ike Reilly (acoustic) at One Lucky Guitar offices, The Ike Reilly Assassination (band show) at The Tiger Room; both May 1st

Clem Snide w/ Heligoats; The Tiger Room, May 12th

Metavari vinyl release show, with The Sight Below and Svarte Greiner; The Dash-In, May 15th

Marah, with Thunderhawk; The Brass Rail, June 20th

Metavari, with Timbre Cierpke; The Lotus Gallery, July 8th

The Ike Reilly Assassination, with The Sacred Broncos; The Tiger Room, July 31st

Punk Party: Flamingo Nosebleed, Johnie 3, The Dee Cracks, The Give-Ups; The Brass Rail, August 20th

Dessert 2: A Taste of the Arts After-Party featuring The Possum Trot Orchestra, Mark Hutchins, The Sacred Broncos and Wooden Satellites; Hall Community Arts parking lot, August 28th