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GL Music: Luke Temple’s Sweet Lullabies @ Union Hall Tonight

October 9th, 2008 · 3 Comments

Bummed that you won’t be at the sold-out Beck/MGMT concert tonight? Shed not a tear, because Luke Temple is here to ease your sorrows. Luke Temple’s simple melodies ease a person’s sorrows, truth be told, whether or not they’re missing a kickass concert. With bittersweet earnestness, Luke stares straight into the crowd, telling tales of lost love and– well, even if not all his songs are about a lost love, they could be. See him tonight at Union Hall in Park Slope. While you’re there, you can get in a round of bocce ball. Bocce ball, eh? What do Beck and MGMT have to say about that, for $50 to see their show?

A little insider’s FYI: if you decide you want to catch Beck/MGMT tomorrow, concert organizers often reserve a few “secret” tickets for the night of. You can either call Ticketmaster at noon tomorrow, go to Mercury Lounge at noon, or go onto the Ticketmaster site –yes, at noon– if you get a sudden wind of desperation to see some wacky and legendary rock.
–Katie Lee Rush

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Frank Jump // Oct 9, 2008 at 4:48 pm

    Glad to see you back!

  • 2 Katie Lee Rush // Oct 9, 2008 at 10:44 pm

    Thanks, Frank! Glad to be back.

  • 3 Shuggie Lee // Oct 11, 2008 at 12:20 pm

    Luke Temple was cool, but the band that opened for him… I think they were called Musee Mecanique, (?) was really quite sublime.
    They were precocious in that “blossoming flowers before leaves” kind of way.
    Hope they come back soon.