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By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Wednesday, January 14, 2009 9:00:00 AM


It is with regret that I announce this Friday's scheduled live interview (and Indy In-Tune's return from hiatus) with Jenn Cristy at the Fox Pub in Oaklandon has been cancelled.  Apparently, and without warning, the Fox Pub closed its doors last weekend.  This in combination with news that the Music Mill will be closing at the end of February, after a notable four year run as a quality music venue, leaves the state of live local music on Indianapolis' North side in a somewhat precarious place.  However, we are proud to announce that, hopefully in part thanks to years of lobbying from yours truly, Claude and Annie's in Fishers (otherwise known as "Podcasting Studio B" or "Darrin's other living room") has been experimenting with occasionally adding live music to their weekend festivities.  I encourage all of you who are fans of live music to drop by, if you are able, and be sure and tell Bill, the owner, that you appreciate his support of Indy In-Tune and the local music scene. 

Meanwhile, we've rescheduled our interview with Jenn for 7:00 PM, January 31, at Locals Only, where we hope you will all come out for what is sure to be a night of great entertainment.  This will mark Jenn's second appearance on the show, where she will no-doubt introduce us to a few of her new tracks and give us the dirt on what it's like to be a big-time artist working for "the establishment" at Gracie/EMI.  For those of you who are not familiar with Jenn's music, wit, and charm, I invite you to listen to her first visit back on Show #012.  

(1/31/2009) Update: That interview now will be follwed by an awesome triple bill of former guests:  Chad Mills (Show #023), Jenn Cristy (Show #012 and #031), and Tish Lyndsey (Show #016). 

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