Concerts

Krueller's Performing Rare, Free Show at Laser Wolf

Timb is one of our area's more recognizable characters. This flamboyant dresser with a flare for the industrial will be hard to miss this weekend performing with his band Krueller.

The group takes its title from his last name. Since their drummer Rivkah resides in Los Angeles and pops up infrequently, seeing Krueller perform is as rare as seeing a Florida panther in the wild. Well, maybe more like a Key deer.

Saturday night, Laser Wolf's courtyard is setting the stage for the

genre-bending outfit. Timb's former projects include Timb and the Band

of Erics, the Craven, the Chocolatey Shatners, iii GUYZ

fr. SEATTLE, and Los Torsos. You might have caught him sharing the stage with the Freakin Hott and Zombies! ORGANIZE!! with whom he completes

the supergroup Dick Knuckles.

Saturday night's show

is free. There'll be plenty of flowing craft beer and possibly spiciness

from the Taco Fresh food truck. Make sure to download a free Krueller

album before the show at TimbRocks.com.

The show starts at 10 p.m. on Saturday, February 4, at Laser Wolf, 901 Progresso Drive, Fort Lauderdale.


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