But before the show, which will also feature performances by Zoners, Wymyns Prysyn, and Eel Pie, GG King frontman Greg King graciously told us about what he's been up to during Atlanta's latest weathertastrophe:
A nice journalist from Creative Loafing asked for the inside scoop on the goings on at the GG King Ice Deflection Compound in the beautiful Edgewood neighborhood of Atlanta. Here is a laundry list of daily activities that should give the reader a good snapshot of how we've coped with this latest bout of crappy weather.
10. Making spaghetti
9. Eating spaghetti
8. Invigorating streak across backyard
7. Kitchen skate sesh
6. Mid afternoon wine imbibing
5. Throwing snowballs at my dog
4. Assembling household panel for "Most Exceptional Pet" competition
3. Staging of said competition
2. Egg salad sandwiches
1. Stalking my street in search of valkyries with Popol Vuh's "Aguirre" on the Walkman
Bonus tip from GG King bassmaster Ryan Bell - "Avoid the frost-giants unless you have a truce with them. If you have a truce, double check that Loki hasn't sabotaged it."
Any intel about this Project Pabst festival that I scheduled for 10/1?
This does not take about The Chirch at all.
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