Rhymes Against Humanity High Road Review Preview


So this is up a little later than intended because I wrote a song last night, and it's at the end of the podcast. If you show up to Milkboy on friday night, I might even play it again. wanna sing along?

Elizabeth Kübler-Ross defined the five stages of grief as, Denial, Anger, Bargaining Depression and Acceptance. If you are a decent human being, and I think you are, November 9th began your trek through these five stages and you are doing everything in your power to never reach stage five. To that end, you should watch the inauguration in the afternoon and let those awful emotions assault you in waves,* Now comes the important part, grasp whichever of the four you’re feeling and bring it with you to Milkboy, where you’ve already purchased your tickets Here
You don’t need to see, Kid Rock, and Chachi and The Nuge, and maybe, like two Rockettes. You need to see, these local Philadelphians who comprise The High Road Revue. A tremendous windfall of musical talent on one stage to help us all begin the process of not just surviving, but fighting the incoming administration and not allowing a Donald J. Trump to profane and destroy the representative democracy that was founded over there at Independence Hall, just five blocks from Milkboy where you’ll be watching the likes of…

The Fractals
John Faye
Stargazer Lily
Schoolly D
Hinton Bower Jones

Hannah Taylor and The Rekardo Lee Trio
Scott Silipigni
Cookie Rabinowitz
Morgan Pinkstone

Hoagy Wing
Hemline Theory
Adam Brodsky
Mia Johnson
•Chris Schutz
Brian Seymour
Eve Sheldon

Tickets are 12$ in advance/15$ at door and can be purchased Here
all proceeds will go to:
Penn Environmental, The Attic Youth CenterWomen's Law Project and 
The ACLU of Pennsylvania. You can sign up to join letter writing campaigns with The Coffee Clatch Coalition:
We’re gonna look back on this one day and be very proud of how we resisted. That resistance begins on Inauguration evening at Milkboy. See you there.

*Also, if you have any sort of juice with weather gods, I think a very, very, very windy day would make for some nice historical photos. Thank you in advance.

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