Feeling Stuck? Try the Honeycomb.

South Florida can be a torturous place to seek out music. After all, trying to pick a show based on flyers is a total crap shoot. (Remember that band you assumed was metal that turned out to only cover Canadian Top 20? Ouch.) Thank goodness we have the Honeycomb. Steve Rullman’s dual website/promotion company has helped thousands of lost souls (just like you!) navigate SoFla’s often treacherous musical landscape. With detailed coverage of all the best shows every night of the year along with plenty of research materials (so that you can decide if you like a band before you commit your door money), the Honeycomb has become your musical wingman. And guess what, buddy? It’s about to help you get lucky again.

In the next 72 hours, you can get a taste of the sweet stuff at Honeycomb Weekend: three nights of awesome local and national acts. Kicking it all off on Friday is a powerhouse lineup with headlining act Bear Colony. This Little Rock indie collective makes danceable tunes that will catapult you back to good times gone by: long road trips with your best friend, ice cream cones on the beach, and makin’ out with your lab partner after Biology. Bear Colony is supported by the Guns, Summer Blanket, and Black Finger tonight at O’Shea’s (531 Clematis St., West Palm Beach). The show is 21 and up, and if you’re still deciding whether or not to get off of your keister, do note: This show is FREE. For more information, you know where to go: www.thehoneycomb.com.
Fri., Feb. 22, 2008

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