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The Nanker Phelge, ArtWalk and Zombie Babies

The PopCulteer
August 13, 2010

Wednesday Rocks At The Empty Glass

The Nanker Phelge, who made their big debut on Radio Free Charleston 100 back in May, have been briinging their melodious and harmonious powerful pop to The Empty Glass every Wednesday in August. You have one more chance to catch Stephen and Mark Beckner, Casi Null and Dave Roberts, next Wednesday night, around 10:30 PM. At the right, you Stephen Beckner taking the photo you see below, and after the jump, you’ll see even more photos of the band, and of the Beckner Brother’s former Go Van Gogh cohort Johnny Rock, who joined the PopCulteer for last Wednesday’s show.  In addition, you’ll get to see video of the band from last Wednesday and then check out our big monthly ArtWalk photo essay and a message about Zombie Babies.

"Old Lions" Johnny Rock, Mark Beckner and your PopCulteer, photo by Stephen Beckner

Three songs by The Nanker Phelge:

Three Songs By The Nanker Phelge from Rudy Panucci on Vimeo.

Johnny and Stephen discuss when, if ever, I will run out of vintage video of Go Van Gogh to use on RFC

The Nanker Phelge wraps up a killer set.

Art Walk In Photos: August Edition

A good-sized crowd turned out for Kathy Boland's show at Taylor Books

Work by Kathy Boland at Taylor Books Annex Gallery

More folks at Taylors

Cool stuff by Mark T. Moore at Shawn Romano and Associates

The friendly folks at Shawn Romano and Associates

Chase Henderson stalking the hallways with his trusty camera

Tapestry Art by Adrian Blastock

Bob Rosiers cool Glass Art at Visions Day Spa, seen from the outside

Work by Chad Miller at Visions Day Spa

Rob Hinkle's beautiful glass ornaments at Visions Day Spa

Bob Rosier's Glass art, seen from inside, with the light playing through

Keith Allen and Mona Seghatoleslami outside the Good News Mountaineer Garage Gallery

A huge turn-out for the Robert C. Byrd tribute art show at GNMGG

The Byrd Seal, by the late Jim Dent

More of Dent's Byrd-centric editorial cartoons

A tribute to the Senator's musical legacy

The man of the hour

This is the car that Hasil Adkins and Senator Byrd used to go out carousing in

Not to be outdone, the car that Jennings Randolph and Hank Williams used to run moonshine in did a drive-by

Mission Savvy brings their eco-friendly fashion to the corner of Hale and Quarrier

The Purple Moon

At the Purple Moon, Tofujitsu busted out a cover of a Wreckless Eric tune

New work by Sharon Lyn Stackpoole at the Purple Moon

Some of Sharon's amazing recycled glass pieces

Small-scale canvas works show off Sharon's versatility

More cool undersea life studies

One of Sharon's typographical works

Sharon Lyn Stackpoole and her fellow artist Matthew Grandstaff at The Purple Moon

Work by Amelia Schroeder is also still on display at The Purple Moon

Amelia Schroeder's self portraits seen through a vintage lamp array

The Art Emporium

Cool new work by Chase Henderson at The Art Emporium

New work by Dave Frazier

One of J. P. Owens cool pieces at The Art Emporium

Digital works by Greg Henshall are also on display

Your PopCulteer having fun with one of Robert Tribbie's playful mirror pieces

Neat stuff by Shawn Brogan

Cool textured work by Deborah McHenry

Please Help The Babies….The Zombie Babies

Eamon Hardiman has wrapped principal photography on his latest epic, Zombie Babies, but there is still post-production to be done, and you can help finish this film by pre-ordering a copy on DVD, or kick in a little extra for special bonus incentives, including a Zombie Baby you can call your own. Details are at the Indie-A-Gogo website, or just follow the widget below.

That’s it for this week’s PopCulteer. Check this blog every day next week, because we have no idea what kind of cool stuff we’ll dump right here!

1 Comment

  1. bbg

    Thanks for the great pics and reporting! All the art is beautiful, the music is fantastic!

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