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Brimstone Blaine

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The name Brimstone Blaine might not mean anything to you, but after experiencing Alexis Gideon's magical animated/claymated video hip-hop opera at the Woodshed tonight you'll be repeating those words like a southern rapper on cough syrup for weeks on end. You dig? This is definitely the type of performance you need to see to believe. And Gideon's touring partner Shelley Short delivers a different type of magic - sweet and haunting country/folk. Come on down and have some whiskey with me. It's finally Friday! 9 p.m.