Broken Mouth Annie -- a rootsy, alternative rock act -- played Pfac earlier this year as part of a live music series created with help from your Sound Check reporter.
However, Uglyography and Shakespeare's Ghozt are two original music acts from the Peninsula who are about to make their art center debut.
"Shakespeare's Ghozt is for people who don't like their music in pretty little boxes," a posting on the artist's Facebook page explains. "We take rap and twist it, bend it, and blend it until even don't know what it is sometimes ... but one thing we do know, It's Dope."
Uglyography is the brainchild of Hampton songwriter and bassist Matt Thomas. His band, now a quartet, trades in catchy, oddball,
I'm told the music will take place outdoors on the grounds of the arts center.
Here's a news release about the event.
Art After 5 - Fall Music Extravaganza Edition
Presented by BayPort Credit Union
Thursday, September 20, 5:30-8:30 pm
Free to Pfac members, donations suggested for non-members.
There's just one Art After 5 this fall, and Peninsula Fine Arts Center is going to make it big! Featuring three of the area's most up-and-coming original music acts: Uglyography (Quirkadelic Rock); Broken Mouth Annie (Down Home Rock n Roll); Shakespeare's Ghozt and the H.M.C. (Rap/Alternative HipHop). Food and beverages will be available for purchase.