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Tav Falco's Up to Something...

Tav Falco and the Unapproachable Panther Burns alive and well, we hear, in Paris, France

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by LamontPaul, for outsideleft.com
originally published: June, 2007
Tav Falco alive in Paris in June

Tav Falco's always up to something

Amongst the dignified ancients and the youngsters alike at outsideleft, we have a hell of a lot of time for Memphis' Tav Falco and his Unapproachable Panther Burns. There are too few truly original characters in the world of rocknroll, it's true, Tav Falco of course remains after an influential lifetime in the entertainment business, one of them.

North American shows are far too rare, probably for reasons anyone who has ever even scratched the surface of the music business, or I suppose ever even attempted to make a living in entertainment, can imagine. But of course, who actually knows.

Meanwhile, if you happen to find yourself in Paris at the end of June, and millions will, what would be better than enjoying and evening in the company of Tav Falco and the Unapproachable Panther Burns, performing live...

fondation cartier

The Unapproachable Panther Burns,
Foundation Cartier, pour l'art contemporain, 7.30pm
261, Boulevard Raspain 75014, Paris

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