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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Mike Dunn, the king of new drinking? Local artist pairs up with Redlight to release his own brew

Posted By on Wed, May 6, 2015 at 11:42 AM


It's appropriate that we just put out our Drink issue and this week's music feature sees Jenny Lewis talking about her new red wine collaboration, and now to add a dash of local season to the artist-alcohol mix, local musician Mike Dunn just announced he got together with Redlight Redlight to brew his own beer. It's called Bock n Roll, and mugs of it will be cheers-ed at Redlight Redlight on Sunday, May 24, when Dunn simultaneously debuts the beer with his new album, Hard Luck Soft Rock. (RSVP!)

One request for Dunn - who should be used to requests due to his stints as a living jukebox - can you please nod to Michael Nesmith and publish the recipe on the back of the album? His cheery home brew note on the back of Tantamount to Treason Vol. 1 always struck me as a special touch:



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We caught Mike Dunn at Will's Pub recently (April 11) and heard some of the new material, which piqued our interest for sure. The release date is a few weeks off, so for now, we'll just stay thirsty for more songs and more suds.


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