December 6, 2023
Dec 6, 2023
It’s shaping up to be a busy weekend at Citizen Vinyl with three not-to-be-missed events. Read on for details. Oh yeah — even if you’re not planning to attend Creative Mornings, Nosferatu Live with Paul Bielatowicz, or the Appa-Laffin’ Mountain Revue, we hope you’ll stop by.
• Citizen Vinyl is open to the public from 9AM-3PM daily.
• Coda Analog Music and Art is holding a sale through the end of the month: Take 20% off most merch.
• Session is serving up delicious mocktails for those doing Dry January (or anyone who loves a good NA beverage).
Friday, January 27 at Citizen Vinyl.
$20 ADV / $25 DOS — tickets available here.
Paul Bielatowicz is a guitarist, composer, synthesist, and horror film enthusiast. He’s also the guitarist for Carl Palmer Band (Palmer was the drummer for ELP).
The great Arthur Brown (who sang “FIRE” in the late 1960s) was the recent vocalist on CPB Tour and is a featured vocal presence in the movie/video content of this show — for a super cool extra historic treat!
6:30PM doors / 7PM show. We Are Ants To Them (Andre Cholmondeley’s solo project) opens
7:45 Complete NOSFERATU silent film with Paul Bielatowicz’s score. Three screens showing the movie and various guests. Plus, some ELP!
Creative Mornings returns to Citizen Vinyl on Friday, January 27. Doors open at 8:30am for Counter Culture Coffee and breakfast bites from Session Cafe.
Free to attend. Register here.
The theme for January is Sanctuary, and the speaker is Jocelyn Mosser. Jo, as many know her, lives with her beloved husband and toddler in the hills of Madison County. She is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice and one half of the collaborative duo, Abacus Corvus—an art business she shares with her sister, Corina Dross. In both of these professional roles, she explores growth and transformation, healing through emotional clarity and deepening connection, while being both trauma-aware and politically conscious. Jo enjoys finding depth and acknowledging the complexity in life’s experiences. She is happiest when she is moving her body as much as possible and may always be caught in the generative struggle of wanting to do all the things and wanting to learn how to rest deeply.
Jo is interested in how the ideas of sanctuary and safety can be expanded to include the uncomfortable places we all must pass through as we grow and heal. She is looking forward to sharing how her artistic collaboration with her sister has become a kind of sanctuary—for them and for their community.
The Appa-Laffin’ Mountain Revue returns to Citizen Vinyl on Saturday, January 28. In case you’re new to it, Appa-Laffin’ is a comedy game show where those in the audience have the opportunity to compete for cash or prizes.
“We got a great show to kick off your 2023,” say the organizers. “The talented and funny Moira Goree will make you laugh till it hurts! And then till it hurts some more. Duo Metro Rock and Horde of Jordan bring the beats, the ripping guitar solos and the hip hop flavor to their brilliant musical collab! And the incredibly sexy and sassy Queen April will tease with her classic burlesque antics and you may even drop a laugh or two!”
Session Café and Bar will be open, serving delicious cocktails, mocktails, and snacks.
7PM doors / 8PM show. $20 in advance / $18 day of show.