Sunday, August 2, 2015

Boulder's White Trash: Mexican food and Nazis in the neighborhood.


Friends,

The editing is officially concluded and I fly off to Las Vegas tomorrow to had the flies and images to Sonny Kay, the book's designer. Here's more good news, you can still preorder the book and get all sorts of goodies before I leave for Egypt in 2 weeks. People that have pre-ordered are enjoying their freebies this very moment.

The book release date has been set.
Date: Saturday, October 10 2015
Location: Mutiny Information Cafe 2 S Broadway Denver, CO 80209
Time: 6 pm
Special musical guests TBA

The artwork from the book will be exhibited and avail for purchase.
If you wish to preorder the book, you will receive extra goodies. You can do this by visiting: 
http://bobrobart.bigcartel.com 

White Trash

The fury of the dual guitar attack of White Trash was born in the fraternity-infested university town of Boulder. The band arose out of the ashes of Annex Red, and later incarnations helped pave the formation of the Fluid.

Louie Largesse, the band’s vocalist, cites being turned on to punk rock by drummer Garry (Garret Shavlik) while working as a dishwasher at Boulder’s legendary Mexican restaurant, José Muldoon’s. “I was a kid, 14-years-old, probably 1981. I tested out of 10th grade, but because of Colorado law I couldn't test out of 11th grade due to my age. I started working full time at the restaurant.” Other band members worked in the restaurant’s kitchen as well. Louie even proclaims White Trash played a show there.


The remainder of the interview will be published in the book. 

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