The Band in Heaven, Yahtzee Guy, Love Handles
Saturday, February 18
"We don't want to mess up your show," early attendees heard grandparents of Snooze co-owner Jordan Pettingill say, prompting a two-song set by Pettingill's band, Love Handles, to open the evening.
Accompanied by C.J. Jankow on guitar, the two returned later in the evening to close the show. This was in lieu of the original billing of Cop City Chill Pillars, who weren't all there reportedly due to a sickness. In between, tending bar and running sound, Pettingill and Jankow prove the Snooze Theatre is back to business as Snooze-ual.
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