Well, Woodstock 50 has been officially cancelled, thanks to The Man and The Establishment.
But take heart, you freak flag flyin’ hippies: all those seeking to relive the grand Aquarian Exposition should look no further than The Arrangement’s upcoming gig at White Oak Tavern. We’ll be capturing the Spirit of ’69 in the following ways:
- The opening invocation will be offered by famed mystic Swami Sisqó.
- Our first set will consist of Phil recreating the entirety of Santana’s epic “Soul Sacrifice” drum solo with one hand. The other hand will be constantly throwing back IPAs.
- In tribute to that famous warning about “the brown acid,” Drew will issue periodic cautions concerning the toppings at Sweet Frog. Because gummy bears is for squares, you dig?
- An anything-goes, epic mud-pit to rival Woodstock ‘69 is guaranteed, thanks to Howard County’s legendary incapacity for rainfall of any kind.
- In the early hours of Sunday morning, Drew will don a white leather fringe jacket, crank up the distortion on his guitar, and play an incendiary yet reverent cover of “All Star” by Smash Mouth.
Beat feet to catch The Arrangement on August 17 at the White Oak Tavern from 9:00pm to 12:00am!
The Arrangement features Mr. Drew Fontaine on acoustic guitar and vocals, accompanied by Mr. Phil Rosensteel on djembe, backing vocals, cymbals, penny whistle, and quite possibly the ghungroo. They play fun and inventive covers of all your favorite songs. Unless all your favorite songs are by the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Sorry, but that’s just not how The Arrangement rolls. Yee-ikes.
Have any questions? Please holla.