Music: Dead Musicians Society

Friday at Molly Malone's in Covington, local singer/songwriter Beau Alquizola puts on the show “Dead Musicians Society,” his annual benefit for the local Stop AIDS organization. Bands like Mike Fair and the Adventure Seekers, Sean P. Hafer, Lovely Crash,

Nov 4, 2009 at 2:06 pm

This year’s Halloween festivities seemed especially zombie-heavy. Zombies are cool and all but, jeesh, what happened to originality in costuming? Unless you were Zombie Billy Mays. Now that’s funny.

Anyway, if you did do the zombie dress-up thing and grew so attached you want to sport your costume again this weekend, you’d probably fit right in at Molly Malone’s in Covington Friday. That’s when local singer/songwriter Beau Alquizola puts on the show “Dead Musicians Society,” his annual benefit for the local Stop AIDS organization. 

Alquizola and his band — along with Mike Fair and the Adventure Seekers, Sean P. Hafer, Lovely Crash, Greg Mahan, Messerly & Ewing and The Newbees — will be performing tunes from their favorite deceased musicians, taking on everybody from The Carpenters to Bo Diddley to The Ramones.

The fun starts at 9 p.m. Admission is $7 if you're 21 and over, $10 if you're 18-20. Get details here.