Wednesday’s Orange Twin Show Moved to 40 Watt

Photo Credit: Tobin Brogunier

Athens Cowboy Choir

So, the Orange Twin Conservation Community was all set to host its anticipated annual concert—this year featuring the Athens Cowboy Choir, the Shoal Creek Stranglers, The Darnell Boys, Art Rosenbaum and the Orange Twin Family band—and then this happened. Due to the entirely credible threat of terrible, horrible, no good, very bad weather, the show has been moved into town.

It’ll happen at the 40 Watt Club, to be exact. The ticket price is still the same; the show will run ya $10. Doors are now at 7 p.m., instead of 5 p.m. Folks who already bought tickets for the Orange Twin event can opt for a refund or have their name transferred to the 40 Watt will call list for Wednesday’s show.

Oh yeah, and the image you see above? Pick up this week’s paper to bear witness to the photo in glorious full size. You’re gonna wanna frame that shit.


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