Dec 31: "Mattress Monday was invented in 1868 by Mr. Spock." | East End |

The New Years Eve Party info is starting to pout in now. I will start listing some of the information I am getting and you can decide what you might do. Comment if you plan to go to any of these shows and maybe we'll see you there.

This event appears to have Matt Hollywood from Brian Jonestown Massacre involved.

Mattress Monday, East End, Portland, Oregon, New Years, 97209

From The Myspace:

1. Mattress Monday was invented in 1868 by Mr. Spock.
2. Mattress Monday is a kitten.
3. Mattress Monday is also a small snake with legs.
4. Mattress Monday is the Cuban Missile Crisis.
5. MATTRESS MONDAY IS A PARTY
ON MONDAY NIGHTS AT EAST END.

Mattress Monday, East End, 203 SE Grand, Portland, Oregon, New Years, 97214

Mattress Monday, East End, 203 SE Grand, Portland, Oregon, New Years, 97214
Rich people with drinking problems.

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Dec 31 2007 9:00P
Mattress Monday New Years Shindig 2008 – Sundown Machine + Plucky Warlock

EDIT: Sent over from the Matress:

Mattress Monday Big Dumb New Years Shindig
Monday December 31, 2007 9pm
East End, 203 SE Grand, PDX
21+/$5

LINE-UP

SUNDOWN MACHINE (Rick and Amy Jane Bain – Rick Bain and The Genius Position, Miss Red Flowers, Spin Jupiter Spin)

MATT HOLLYWOOD (Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Out Crowd)

OLD MAN COATSIE (Brian Coates – The Everything, The Great Northwest, All The Way Down)

SPECIAL GUEST DISC JOCKEY PLUCKY (The Warlocks)

TOASTMASTER – RAY GORDON, Mayor Emeritus of Slabtown
This party is produced by Matt “Mattress” Simons, Sean Gothman, and East End.
Thanks man.

-=-g

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One Response to Dec 31: "Mattress Monday was invented in 1868 by Mr. Spock." | East End |

  1. gabrielamadeus December 26, 2007 at 23:48 #

    oye! Alas, they hype surrounding new years has fooled me one too many times and I will be spending mine chasing peyote fed coyotes in teh desert. Alas for you, SKULL HOLLOW campground is where it is at this year.

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