Quintron and Miss Pussycat w/Natural Child & Trampoline Team
When New Orleans “swamp-tech” innovator Quintron and his puppet-wielding wife Miss Pussycat breezed through town in March 2012, their set at Jack White’s Third Man Records was recorded for a Live at Third Man album that has since been released. The set itself was a humdinger, with Quintron (a sometime inventor, by the way, who has created several kooky and awesome devices with names like “Drum Buddy,” “Disco Light Machine” and “Spit Machine”) delivering skronking, organ-drenched, Frankensteined Southern electro-punk-blues numbers to an elated audience while Miss Pussycat shook maracas and played response to her husband’s call. Legendary Memphis punks Oblivians even joined the pair onstage for a blown-out rendition of the zydeco number “Call the Police” that slayed. Oh, also, Quintron’s whole performance was delivered from behind the organ he’s outfitted to look like the grill of an old Lincoln. What I’m trying to say here is that Quintron and Miss Pussycat shows are always parties. Like if Pee-wee’s Playhouse had been for adults and encouraged drinking. Also playing will be Nashville’s own Natural Child, who we at the Scene recently selected as “Best Local Band” in our Best of Nashville 2013 issue.
Sun, Nov 17 | 9:00 PM
The Stone Fox
$10 ADV / $12 DOS
18 and over