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As mentioned previously, Donewaiting is ending digital production in February and will become a print only entity in the summer, releasing one issue per year. We’ve finally put the final touches on our anniversary/goodbye weekend in Columbus. Here’s the details: (via Donewaiting Farewell/Anniversary Events in Columbus 2/15-17)
I’ll be in Columbus for the Friday/Saturday shows, maybe I’ll see you there.

As mentioned previously, Donewaiting is ending digital production in February and will become a print only entity in the summer, releasing one issue per year. We’ve finally put the final touches on our anniversary/goodbye weekend in Columbus. Here’s the details: (via Donewaiting Farewell/Anniversary Events in Columbus 2/15-17)

I’ll be in Columbus for the Friday/Saturday shows, maybe I’ll see you there.

Here’s a brand new video from The Black Swans for their song “Where are You Tonight?” off the band’s most recent and excellent Misra release Occasion for Song. Filmed here in Columbus, it features local Elvis impersonator Billy Cash (aka “The Columbus King”) goofing around with Black Swans singer Jerry DeCicca. (via Video: The Black Swans - “Where are You Tonight?”)