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February 3rd, 2005

little_hand @ 08:14 am: Hey, just wanted to say that Little Hand of the City is playing tomorrow, Friday, at the Paradox, and you should come.....

An Oxfam Tsunami Relief Benefit Show, at the Paradox, Seattle, WA
Mon Frere
Slender Means
Little Hand of the City
Darci Cash (from LA)
All ages. Doors at 8PM. $7. The Paradox is located at the MARS HILL building on the SW corner of 14th and NW Leary Way in Ballard, Seattle. 1401 NW Leary Way. www.paradox.org. www.littlehandofthecity.com.

It's a good cause and great show. Hope you can be there.....


January 1st, 2005

rorkyshan @ 05:59 pm: Donate to Tsunami Victims
Hey y'all should throw some money to Tsunami victims in Southeast Asia via Mercy Corps. About 92% of their profits go straight to victims which is quite good. On the home page it will say donate $100, but you can enter in a lower number if you don't have that much. Hope you are all doing well. The link's below.


November 22nd, 2004

rorkyshan @ 06:52 pm: LHoTC @ Studio Seven and on KGRG this early December!
You better not shout, you better not cry, you better not pout, I'm telling you why, L-H-o-T-C is in town! We have not only one, but two!, count 'em!, two! engagements coming up this early December! Get us while we're hot, subjectively speaking, to myself, as I am oft want to do! You love it!

Dec. 2, 2004 @ 07:00 PM - Studio Seven 110
S. Horton St., Seattle, WA 98134 - $7 ALL AGES!!!(bar w/ ID)
w/ Kaddisfly, The Charity Stripe, and Good Looks the Playboy

Dec. 5, 2004 07:00 PM - KGRG 89.9FM
12401 SE 320th St., Auburn, WA 98092 -
We will be playing on the Local Motion show which airs from 7pm-10pm (that's pacific time for those who are "differently" time zoned). To listen online go to www.kgrg.com and click on streaming.

October 5th, 2004

little_hand @ 08:57 pm: All-ages this Wednesday, October 6th, at the Punkin House in the U. District (Seattle)
Little Hand of the City
Exempli Gratia
$3-5 for touring band. Show at 7:30PM. 5036 7th Ave NE. All-ages.

You basically take the 50th St. exit on I-5 N, go straight at the light, stay to the right, and it's an orange-ish house on the right after a few houses. There are posters in the windows.

Hope to see some of you there,

& the rest of Little Hand of the City

September 12th, 2004

posingasthepoet @ 09:07 pm: dear boys of little hand of the city,

your icon is way too cute, and i am looking forward to your set on the 28th!

lots of love,

Current Mood: happyhappy
little_hand @ 12:28 am: You should all go to our website www.littlehandofthecity.com and check out all our additions to the photos section. And, actually, we got some cool pics from our show today, so more will go up soon!

August 26th, 2004

little_hand @ 07:03 pm: Beck's cover of The Korgis' "Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime" on Eternal Sunshine has re-endeared me to Beck. Sea Change is actually a pretty great record.... It would be even more awesome with that cover on it....

August 12th, 2004

little_hand @ 08:32 pm: YO!

Monday, August 16th, at the Sunset Tavern in Ballard
THE WAXWINGS! (from Detroit)

$7/DOS or at www.ticketweb.com. 21+. 8PM. www.sunsettavern.com. www.thewaxwings.com. www.littlehandofthecity.com. 5433 Ballard Ave., Seattle, WA 98107.

Be there or suck for life.

August 10th, 2004

little_hand @ 08:33 pm: Woah, this is sad that I'm the only one to post two times in a row! Sad! That's alright, but we've gotta get this place shakin!

Anyhow, the show this past Friday at the Paradox was great! I met so many new cool people and we all had an awesome time (except for getting locked out of the tour van because I had given the keys to someone and forgot to get them back!). And The Divorce were awesome! I was fully impressed.

Alright, see you all soon!


July 25th, 2004

little_hand @ 01:37 pm: The show Friday night was really fun. Harry and the Potters ended up ruling. Yes, they do play songs about Harry Potter books, but their songwriting and showmanship was great, and they were really nice guys. So props to Harry and the Potters. And the kids in Steilacoom treated us well too, so props to them as well.

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