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Friday, May 22, 2009

2009 RFTMusic Showcase Schedule! Right Here!

Posted By on Fri, May 22, 2009 at 5:45 PM

Just before we adjourned for the three-day weekend, I received the lineup/schedule for this year's RFT Music Showcase, on Sunday, June 7. Here's the full list of nominees -- and don't forget to vote for your faves! And if you have any complaints/gripes -- I don't want to hear them, because I didn't book the event.

Main Outdoor Stage 1 p.m. The Beat Street Crew 2 p.m. Jon Hardy & the Public 3 p.m. One Lone Car 4 p.m. Gentleman Auction House 5 p.m. LOGOS 6 p.m. The Feed

The Cucina Outdoor Stage 1 p.m. Troubadour Dali 2 p.m. Funky Butt Brass Band 3 p.m. Kentucky Knife Fight 4 p.m. The Monads 5 p.m. The Educated Guess

Cicero's 6 p.m. Radical Sons 7 p.m. The 75s 8 p.m. The Blind Eyes 9 p.m. LucaBrasi 10 p.m. The Incurables

Blueberry Hill's Duck Room 7 p.m. Teresajenee 8 p.m. Earthworms 9 p.m.-midnight Tef Poe, Family Affair, Nato Caliph, Rockwell Knuckles, Vandalyzm, Black Spade, DJ Trackstar

Blueberry Hill's Elvis Room 6 p.m. Raglani 7 p.m. .e 8 p.m. Left Arm 9 p.m. Suburban Smash 10 p.m. Sine Nomine 11 p.m. Dude Nukem

Brandt's Market & Cafe 8 p.m. Tom Hall 9 p.m. Caleb Travers 10 p.m. Celia 11 p.m. Lamar Harris

Pi 7 p.m. Beth Bombara 8 p.m. Cassie Morgan 9 p.m. Magnolia Summer 10 p.m. Rough Shop 11 p.m. The Sham

Delmar Lounge 8 p.m. Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra 9 p.m. Wooden Kites Say Panther 10 p.m. Exercise 11 p.m. Target Market 12 a.m. Bunnygrunt

Pin-Up Bowl 7 p.m. DJ Thumpasaurus 8 p.m. Flex Boogie 9 p.m. DJ Needles 10 p.m. DJ Mahf

Halo Bar 7 p.m. Glass Teeth 8 p.m. God Fodder 9 p.m. Humanoids 10 p.m. Gold Tooth 11 p.m. Trip Daddys

Vintage Vinyl 6 p.m. Eric Hall 7 p.m. Jason and the Beast 8 p.m. Scripts 'N Screwz 9 p.m. The Mhurs

Racanelli's 6 p.m. Grace Basement 7 p.m. Rum Drum Ramblers 8 p.m. The Northwoods

Riddles 7 p.m. Tenement Ruth 8 p.m. Dogtown Allstars 9 p.m. Leadville 10 p.m. Theodore 11 p.m. Fred Friction

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