Post-Turkey Party! 

"You got aristocrunk in my Jam!"

"You got Jam in my aristocrunk!"

No matter which way your musical tastes fall, don't miss the scene at Newby's Friday night, when Lord T and Eloise, Al Kapone, and Neighborhood Texture Jam mix it up for a post-turkey

"You got aristocrunk in my Jam!"

"You got Jam in my aristocrunk!"

No matter which way your musical tastes fall, don't miss the scene at Newby's Friday night, when Lord T and Eloise, Al Kapone, and Neighborhood Texture Jam mix it up for a post-turkey music marathon.

The event, which serves double duty as a CD release party for Lord T and Eloise and a great way to escape the family after the holiday, officially kicks off at 9 pm (translation in music world, 10 p.m.). Don't miss it. For a preview of the aristocrunky show, check the group out here.

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