Join Whole Terrain for a night of 1920s torch songs and speakeasy

Originally posted February 6, 2011

Bust out your flapper dress and spit curls because Whole Terrain is transforming the Starving Artist into a prohibition-era speakeasy.

Join us for a pre-Valentine’s MuseTopia of special Torch Songs, the 1920′s version of the power ballad.  Offering their sublime takes on this genre of sentimental, sophisticated, and sassy love songs are Providence-based band Roz Raskin and the Rice Cakesand local band Pat’s Famous Chili.

Martha’s Saucy Little Tarts will play bartender, serving up elicit drinks and getting us good ol’ fashioned spifflicated.

Dress to the nines – period costumes extra points!

Thursday, February 10, 2011, 8- 10 p.m. at the Starving Artist in Keene.

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