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This Friday, to mark the 32nd anniversary of the Rolling Stones playing an impromptu club gig at Sir Morgan's Cove in Downtown Worcester, "Let It Bleed -- A Dirty Stones Jam'' will get their collective ya-ya's out on the very same, modest-size stage in the very same venue (now known as The Lucky Dog) and perform the very same set the Stones did back in 1981, song for song, and even with some of Mick Jagger's original stage banter intact.
Let It Bleed has been together for two years, and, in its latest incarnation, for the last six months.
In addition to Revelli and Varnum, Let It Bleed also features drummer Carman Malgeri, keyboardist Jamie Blair, saxophonist Rich Kenderian, lead and rhythm guitarist Chris Tello, bassist Lance Muhammad, singer Karen Draleaus and percussionist Dan Draleaus.
LET IT BLEED: THE ROLLING STONES, ALTAMONT, AND THE END OF THE SIXTIES is a powerful pick for any library seeking personal stories from the Rolling Stone's 1969 Let It Bleed tour, a tour that ended in tragedy at Altamont.
Art critic for the Village Voice from 1985 to '88--a selection of his writings on art and culture appeared as Let It Bleed: Essays 1985-1995 (Serpent's Tail, 1996)--Indiana has also produced a body of photographs, film and video collaborations, and theater works.
Gary Indiana's collected essays, Let it Bleed, will be published in July by Serpent's Tail.
Already awakened by Sheryl Crow's cover of "Let it Bleed," unease flowered into resentment as archive clips of the Beatles and the Stones came interspersed with Radio Shack IDs on the video monitors: that's right, just another ad.