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L.I.P.S. and others host free jam at Buttermore

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Brad Harris, a Harlan local and L.I.P.S vocalist/guitarist, put on a show for punk-rock lovers on Halloween night at the Buttermore building located beside Core Fitness in downtown Harlan. Although the original show was set to be at the Sue Ford Skate Park, Harris quickly changed his set up to the Buttermore building in order to keep viewers warm and dry. The gig started at 7 p.m. lasting well into the night as ghouls and ghosts of all ages filtered in and out of the building to listen to the number of bands performing. The setlist included music by Hawknose, L.I.P.S., Baghead, Rezin and Hacksaw. Their next appearance is scheduled for this Saturday during the Crawdad Music Festival at 4 p.m. at the SKCTCS Cumberland campus. The show is free for all ages, with free pizza and drinks. Those attending can also purchase food from vendors set up at the show.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Brad Harris, a Harlan local and L.I.P.S vocalist/guitarist, put on a show for punk-rock lovers on Halloween night at the Buttermore building located beside Core Fitness in downtown Harlan. Although the original show was set to be at the Sue Ford Skate Park, Harris quickly changed his set up to the Buttermore building in order to keep viewers warm and dry. The gig started at 7 p.m. lasting well into the night as ghouls and ghosts of all ages filtered in and out of the building to listen to the number of bands performing. The setlist included music by Hawknose, L.I.P.S., Baghead, Rezin and Hacksaw. Their next appearance is scheduled for this Saturday during the Crawdad Music Festival at 4 p.m. at the SKCTCS Cumberland campus. The show is free for all ages, with free pizza and drinks. Those attending can also purchase food from vendors set up at the show.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Brad Harris, a Harlan local and L.I.P.S vocalist/guitarist, put on a show for punk-rock lovers on Halloween night at the Buttermore building located beside Core Fitness in downtown Harlan. Although the original show was set to be at the Sue Ford Skate Park, Harris quickly changed his set up to the Buttermore building in order to keep viewers warm and dry. The gig started at 7 p.m. lasting well into the night as ghouls and ghosts of all ages filtered in and out of the building to listen to the number of bands performing. The setlist included music by Hawknose, L.I.P.S., Baghead, Rezin and Hacksaw. Their next appearance is scheduled for this Saturday during the Crawdad Music Festival at 4 p.m. at the SKCTCS Cumberland campus. The show is free for all ages, with free pizza and drinks. Those attending can also purchase food from vendors set up at the show.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Brad Harris, a Harlan local and L.I.P.S vocalist/guitarist, put on a show for punk-rock lovers on Halloween night at the Buttermore building located beside Core Fitness in downtown Harlan. Although the original show was set to be at the Sue Ford Skate Park, Harris quickly changed his set up to the Buttermore building in order to keep viewers warm and dry. The gig started at 7 p.m. lasting well into the night as ghouls and ghosts of all ages filtered in and out of the building to listen to the number of bands performing. The setlist included music by Hawknose, L.I.P.S., Baghead, Rezin and Hacksaw. Their next appearance is scheduled for this Saturday during the Crawdad Music Festival at 4 p.m. at the SKCTCS Cumberland campus. The show is free for all ages, with free pizza and drinks. Those attending can also purchase food from vendors set up at the show.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Brad Harris, a Harlan local and L.I.P.S vocalist/guitarist, put on a show for punk-rock lovers on Halloween night at the Buttermore building located beside Core Fitness in downtown Harlan. Although the original show was set to be at the Sue Ford Skate Park, Harris quickly changed his set up to the Buttermore building in order to keep viewers warm and dry. The gig started at 7 p.m. lasting well into the night as ghouls and ghosts of all ages filtered in and out of the building to listen to the number of bands performing. The setlist included music by Hawknose, L.I.P.S., Baghead, Rezin and Hacksaw. Their next appearance is scheduled for this Saturday during the Crawdad Music Festival at 4 p.m. at the SKCTCS Cumberland campus. The show is free for all ages, with free pizza and drinks. Those attending can also purchase food from vendors set up at the show.

By Emily Perkins

emily.perkins@harlandaily.com