The “I Don’t Have a Mane” CD Release Party & Benefit Concert

It’s going to be huge, people.

HUGE.

Friday, May 13th, at Austin’s one and only The Mohawk, featuring Comanche Club, Crooks, Western Ghost House, Focus Group, and {{{Sunset}}}, Austin Bat Cave will present the first annual “I Don’t Have a Mane” CD release party and benefit concert.

For the past year, our students at Anderson High School have been hard at work exploring the depths of their imaginations learning about creative writing and songwriting. They worked with local musicians in the classroom and worked with our own highly trained songwriting staff of lead teachers, interns, and superb volunteers and wrote their hearts out and wrote lyrics. Lyrics about heartache, about acceptance, about the trials & tribulations of young adulthood, and, of course, about Katy Perry. These lyrics were then chosen by 9 local bands and put to music and then recorded and mixed and mastered and now they are going to be available to you, yes you, our adoring public, all on one fabulous CD.

Come out and celebrate another grand achievement of the students at Anderson High. Listen to great music, mingle with other terribly hip Austin Bat Cave fans, and while you’re there, stop by our Yearbook & Class Photo photobooth and walk away with a free, handsome class picture to remember the night by. The show is FREE, though we ask you to make a donation — between $5 and $10 if you can — and all proceeds go back into Austin Bat Cave to help support our free, exciting, and fun creative writing programs.

And if you feel like stepping in, getting your hands dirty, we can always use volunteers. If you want to volunteer, click here to sign up through VolunteerSpot. Thanks again for all your support and we look forward to seeing all of you at The Mohawk!