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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

More print and radio love for Bigfoot Benefest!

Santa Cruz Weekly interviews Bigfoot Discovery Project founder and curator Mike Rugg, where he's talkin' Bigfootand of course the Bigfoot Benefit shows this weekend in Santa Cruz!

Santa Cruz Weekly continues to have very nice things to say about our weekend of shows, in particular about Paul Collins Beat: "There are plenty of deserving charities to donate your money to, but be sure to save a few shekels to support Felton’s Bigfoot Discovery Museum, the research center devoted to the Pacific Northwest’s favorite cryptid. This show, part of a weekend-long benefit for the museum, boasts Paul Collins’ Beat as headliners. Featuring Collins of twitchy proto-New Wave act the Nerves, the Beat was one of the top acts of the early-’80s mod revival and worthy contemporaries of Joe Jackson and the Jam. Collins is joined by Red Pony Clock, the Huxtables and more, all voicing their support for continued research into the mysterious hominid of mythic proportions."

And Good Time Santa Cruz says the following: "If you’ve never been to the Bigfoot Museum in Felton, you’re missing out on one of the wackiest collections of the fabled beast in the world. To honor and raise money for the museum and research organization, a group of artists are putting on several shows around town. Friday at the Blue Lagoon and Sunday at The Jury Room will rock, but Saturday’s show at The Crepe Place featuring Paul Collins' Beat, Shannon and the Clams, and Garbo's Daughter, will destroy. With Paul Collins—a former member of The Nerves and The Beat (who have toured with The Police and Joe Jackson)—at the helm, this show will make even the hairiest beast shave."

Awesome!

And, if that's not enough, be sure and tune in to K-PIG tomorrow morning around 9 AM. Bigfoot Benefit organizer Patrick make a "hog call" to the morning show. Should be epic. Also, later tomorrow night on UC Santa Cruz's KZSC FM you can hear Patrick on the "Study Buddy" show, where he'll be talking of course Bigfoot Discovery Project and the Bigfoot Benefit! So, pick up the paper and tune in to the radio, then come to our shows this weekend!

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