Monday, December 1, 2014

The Sh-Booms throw free Back-to-the-Future-inspired holiday party

Posted By on Mon, Dec 1, 2014 at 5:51 PM

click to enlarge Left: Will Walker; Right: Biff Tannen. (We see it.)
  • Left: Will Walker; Right: Biff Tannen. (We see it.)

click to enlarge via the Sh-Booms on Facebook
  • via the Sh-Booms on Facebook

Back to the Future fans, prepare for an enchanting evening when local soul band the Sh-Booms deck Will's Pub's halls for their free holiday show at 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18, to re-enact the iconic '80s spirit of the film's "Enchantment Under the Sea" dance. On the Facebook event, they say pub owner Will Walker has been cast as Biff Tannen (1955 version). You get a free eggnog if you dress fancy, so dust off your best threads and come ready to sway to "Earth Angel" and act all confused by the alarming, rockin' nature of "Johnny B. Goode." (RSVP)

The Sh-Booms will do what they do best to create the "Sea of Soul," along with guest DJ Kittybat.

And by all means, if you find a sports almanac from 2044, by chance, please send to OW's office.

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