Brome for the Holidays: Autism Society of NC benefit with the Mountain Goats (solo), Phil Cook & His Feat, Veelee | Kings | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Brome for the Holidays: Autism Society of NC benefit with the Mountain Goats (solo), Phil Cook & His Feat, Veelee 

When: Fri., Dec. 17, 8-11 p.m. 2010
Price: $10

Brome is the humble Raleigh abode that has housed Megafaun bassist Brad Cook and Independent Weekly music editor Grayson Currin—along with a rotating cast of local musicians and writers—since 2008. As anyone who has met either of the affable residents should expect, impromptu Brome parties can easily outgrow the home's comfy confines. Thus, the pair moves its inevitable holiday shindig to Kings, bringing a few favorite local acts along to perform. The Mountain Goats' ultra-literate indie rock comes in rare solo form (i.e., leader John Darnielle), while Phil Cook & His Feat—the one-man band of Brad's brother and bandmate—plies easygoing acoustic folk tunes. Carrboro duo Veelee delivers charming indie pop. The show starts at 8 p.m., with DJ ET spinning downstairs at Neptunes Parlour afterward. The $10 cover benefits the Autism Society of North Carolina. —Spencer Griffith



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