Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Win Tickets to See Richard Lloyd at PJ's Lager House

In 1973 in New York City, the band Television was formed. It has been said that this band's sound perfectly embodies the 1970s in New York. Their debut studio album Marquee Moon is still their most popular album to date, making its way to several "top" lists over the years. The band only released two albums during their original run, with Television calling it quits in 1978 and then reuniting in the '90s. Although their time was short lived, they left a big impression on the music scene and still influence bands to this day.

This Thursday night, you have a chance to see one of the founding members of this influential band, guitarist Richard Lloyd, live on stage in Detroit. Lloyd will be playing PJ's Lager House along with Detroit's own Royal Sweets and The Idiot Kids. Before the show, you also have a chance to meet the artist starting at 6 p.m. for a book signing and meet & greet. His book, Everything is Combustible, documents his time in Television, years playing at CBGBs, and rock & roll lifestyle.

Tickets to Thursday's show are only $20 and can be purchased in advance here. We are also giving one lucky reader a chance to win a pair of tickets to this show. To enter, send your name to hipindetroit@gmail.com with #lagerhouse in the subject line. We will draw one lucky winner on Thursday morning and they will get in the door that night, with a friend for free.


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