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The Infinite Staircase Announces Unplugged Live Show

The Infinite Staircase ha issued the following announcement about performing an upcoming unplugged show:

"Who asked Santa for The Infinite Staircase to play an old-school acoustic house gig again? Well, you both got your wish...And it just got even better! In addition to an entire night of The Infinite Staircase Unplugged - Special Guest John JD Deservio of Black Label Society & Cycle of Pain will join them on stage for what's sure to be a jaw-dropper of a good time! Consider it a Mini-Reunion of sorts from the Black Label Bash 2009 TOUR!

"On Thursday, December 16th, 2010, beginning at 9:00 P.M. at Uncle Bourbon's (The Old Dock Street Bar & Grill located at 691 Bay St. - Staten Island, New York 10304) catch Jeff & Lenny Cerzosie as they play all the easy listening classics that inspired them to be the musicians they've longed to be. Such lullabies as 'Suicide Note PT I' and 'Sympathy For The Devil' as well as Lounge Classics like 'Rocketqueen' & 'Mary Jane's Last Dance' are sure to be rediscovered on this night of rediscovery, but that's not all! Original TIS music - new and old will be metamorphosed into polka acoustic versions that are sure to bring a tear and a jolly.

"But, seriously...be there…because it's free and you can help a good cause. The Infinite Staircase, in coordination with Uncle Bourbon’s, have started their own ‘Toys For Tots’ program where between now and December 23rd, anyone who brings an unwrapped toy to Uncle Bourbon’s (located at 691 Bay Street – Staten Island, New York 10304) will receive a coupon redeemable for 10% off their entire order starting in January 2011. On Christmas Eve, all donations will be brought to Staten Island Hospital and given to kids spending the holidays there."

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