Nile is amazing.
For example, we’ve been talking about this stained glass window that she was to make for me for years and years, as it simmered and stewed in the backs of our minds, and just when the lady is full tilt ahead with nursing duties and shop duties and music projects and on and on, she goes and whips this business out in her free evening time over at Cradle of the Sun. It is so bright and juicy in real life, I can’t begin to show it off here. Plus the diamond center of the diamond center throws rainbows all over the room. R.I.P. Michael, girl. Y E S. It is.
This sunday SUNDAY sunday, March 1st, everyone come down to the Make-Out Room to catch the amazing Fleetwood Mac tribute show, organized by the dreamy Marc Dantona.
Missing from the concert bill, though presumably one of the “…and many more great artists!”, is our very own Nile Nash, who will be climbing up on stage to incarnate the most perfect Stevie Nicks moment of all time.
This Sunday night, make your way over the Make-Out Room to catch our very own Lady Shopkeeper Nile Nash and her boyfriend, occasional Man of the Shop Sean Smith, as they pay tribute to the musical glory of Lee Hazlewood (and in this case, Nancy Sinatra). They’ll be taking the stage together, along with fellow Hazlewood tributeers Kelley Stoltz, Chuck Prophet, Jeffrey Luck Lucas, Tom Heyman, Marc Dantona, and heaps of others. You’ll never have a better opportunity to steep yourself in the godfather of “Cowboy Psychedelia” than beneath the disco ball, shiny tinsel, and assorted overdue piñatas of San Francisco’s eternal school gym on prom night.