The Believers Stop By Induced to Judder 8/10

Charlie Pastorfield joins the Juddermeister on “Induced to Judder” this Thursday to talk about his upcoming reunion tour with the Believers. The last time they played together, 2005, the Satellite Ballroom was still hopping.

Tune in at 9:00pm as Charlie talks about the history, the music and the reunion tour. He’ll be joined by band mates El Torro Gamble, Ross King, and the fabulous saxophonist from New Orleans, Jimmy Carpenter. Their tour begins at Fridays After 5 on August 11th.

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