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Andrew Osenga is winding up his work on Leonard the Lonely Astronaut next week. The good news is that you’re going to have a whole bunch of great music to listen to very soon. The bad news is that it’s time to tear down the spaceship where the album was written and recorded. That’s right, the HTV Reveille is being decommissioned and will probably break apart somewhere over Baja Burrito in Nashville when it re-enters earth’s atmosphere.
But . . .
Before it does, there will be a concert. On Thursday, February 23rd @ 7:00pm we’re going to film Leonard the Lonely Astronaut Live as an upcoming Rabbit Room videocast, and we need twenty-five hardy travelers to attend. Andy will play solo and perform several songs from the album and, yes, he’ll be in full astronaut uniform.
But before you suit up and get in the car, consider this: the spacedock (warehouse) where the ship is kept is not heated, and it might be in the 30′s or 40′s when the show starts. We’ll have some space heaters (punny!) but be prepared to shiver. Bring coats and blankets. After all, it’s cold in space (so cold we could serve revenge! –oblique Kahn reference). Also keep in mind that this is primarily a short video shoot of 5 or 6 songs rather than a full-fledged live show. Full disclosure because we don’t want anyone to drive down from Canada and be disappointed when it’s over in 45 minutes. But if that sounds like a fun way to spend a Thursday evening, come on down!
Space is strictly limited so we can only take the first 25 folks that sign up. Edit: Thanks for signing up, folks. Please let us know if you need to cancel so we can give someone else the opportunity to come.