Sean here from Heiruspecs. Thanks to everyone who came out to rock with us at the State Fair a couple weeks back. We had a blast and certainly appreciate everyone coming out the shows. A huge love fest goes out to P.O.S. from Doomtree and Carnage for blessing up with some great cameos. If you want to relive the magic of the State Fair check out these awesome photos compliments of Kelly O'Donnell. To get more info on Kelly photog work please check out www.kodonnellcreative.com
The next play for us is on 9/23 (Saturday) over at Surly to help them ring in their 10 year anniversary. We'll be playing with a lot of great groups and I imagine there is going to be an obscene amount of delicious Surly brews and food. What a treat.
Your friendly neighborhood rappers will be joining a stacked deck of performers at SurlyFest this year. We're pleased to announce that we will join Caroline Smith, 4onthefloor, Black Market Brass, Black-eyed Snakes, and DJ Shannon Blowtorch at this year's festival.
Tickets are on sale now over at surlybrewing.com.
Holy shit guys, we are playing on the most amazing Art-A-Whirl lineup I have ever witnessed. We are sandwiched right between Caroline Smith and Communist Daughter. And the whole line up is fire all weekend. What a great way to start celebrating Heiruspecs' 20th year of existence. It's going to be a blast to rock out for one of the funnest weekends of the year in the heart of Nordeast.
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Sean here! Heiruspecs has so much great news to talk about, including some awesome shows coming up this weekend. Here's some great updates.
On Friday, January 6th, Heiruspecs will join Toki Wright, PaviElle French, Yolande Bruce, Little Fevers, and Ayvah for a birthday fundraiser for Melvin Carter, who we're supporting to serve as the City of Saint Paul's next Mayor. Melvin has been a friend of Heiruspecs since his days at St. Paul Central High School, and we've stay ed connected as he served as our Ward 1 St. Paul City Councilmember from 2008 to 2013 , and now through his work with as the Executive Director of the Minnesota Children’s Cabinet, advocating for and advising Governor Mark Dayton on state early childhood policy investments.