Win FREE TICKETS to Hot Cousin & Blase DeBris @ Fuller Roadhouse Grill on Friday!

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UPDATE: This show has been cancelled due to the impending snowstorm. And the contest has been suspended.

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Yes, that’s right, Hot Cousin and Blase DeBris are joining forces on Friday night (February 8) at the Fuller Roadhouse Grill in Albany to guarantee a great kick-off to the big weekend.

Guitarist-vocalist-ringleader Duane Beer and the Blase DeBris boys kick off the night in fine fashion with their patented greaser-punk-metal assault at 9:30pm, highlighting selections from their new album, La Morte mi Trovera Vivo, on Altercation Records.

And the evening’s festivities continue at 11:30pm when Nicole and Hot Cousin take the stage to help you re-live the crazy ’80s from Duran Duran to Devo, from Rick Springfield to Adam Ant, from Modern English to Violent Femmes.

Doors open at 9pm, and admission is just $5.

BUT WAIT… there’s more. We’re giving away a pair of FREE TICKETS for Friday night’s big bash to a lucky Nippertown reader! To enter the contest, just post a comment below. Please leave your email address, too. We won’t publish it, but we’ll use it to contact you if you win. Deadline to enter is 12noon on Friday (February 8). The winner will be selected at random and notified on Friday afternoon. Good luck!

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One Response to “Win FREE TICKETS to Hot Cousin & Blase DeBris @ Fuller Roadhouse Grill on Friday!”

  1. Patti Batchelor says:

    It is always a rocking time with Duane, JJ, Patrick, etc…I plan to go…in the snow!! Very nice to be able to win tickets as it does not happen very often.

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