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Today's the Day! We're All at Alchemy

#342 / Video Extra

The afternoon we have been waiting for has finally arrived. The Spring Floodango hits the stage at Alchemy Theatre today.

The show starts at 2:30. Tickets are $20 and and all the proceeds go to support the wonderful work of Alchemy Theatre.

As noted earlier, tickets will be available at the door OR you can order them online. Here’s the link for online ordering.

Location, Location, Location

If you have not been to the Alchemy venue yet and need help locating it, just put the address — 68 Holley Ave, Huntington, WV — into your phone’s navigation software.

Or if you prefer old-school Googlizing, click the button below to let Google Maps pinpoint it for you. (For customized directions, just click the resulting Google display’s “Direction” link and, when prompted, type in your starting address.)

Finding Alchemy

Guests, We’ve Got Guests!

We’ll have a whole slew of guest artists on stage with us this afternoon.

Floodster Emerita Michelle Hoge is driving in from Loveland, Ohio, near Cincinnati to sing with her old band mates. You know a room just can’t help but rock whenever Da Chick Singer is on the premises.

Our old buddy singer/songwriter Douglas Eye (aka Doug Imbrogno) also will be helping us. We in The Flood’ve been digging Doug for … what? Decades!

We’ve shared the stage with him at more shows than we can remember, and last week, Doug joined Charlie and Alchemy’s Mike Murdock to chat about the show on WSAZ-TV. For today’s show, Doug has crafted a 30-minute set, a show-within-a-show, as it were.

And that’s not all! Also on hand will be our visiting hoodoo guru of kazoo. Ed Light is coming in from the Washington, D.C., area with a whole bag of tricks.

As you’ll recall, Ed sat in with us last month at the Bowen House, and we knew right away we were going to have to introduce him to the wider Family Flood. Ed will this afternoon’s visiting professor of kazoory. You don’t want to miss this.

Check Out the Website

You can read all about it on our website: Floodat50.com. Take a look, then come out to Alchemy Theatre this afternoon. We’re going share memories and make a whole bunch of new ones!

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