The Tuesday Night Music Club traces its roots back to nearly 300,000 years ago, long before the invention of the seven-day week. These very primitive humans, many still with full-length tails and antlers, would meet the night of the "Day After The Bad Day" and create primitive music by banging skulls together and whooping and screeching.
The tradition disappeared for epochs until it was re-discovered by the famous anthropologist Sheryl Crow, who discovered a small tribe of Illuminati on Grenyornya who still practiced the traditions of the TNMC. After suddenly and unexpectedly deciding to become a musician, Crow named her album Tuesday Night Music Club, keeping in the proud Illuminati tradition of hiding things in plain sight.
It is said that on certain moonless Tuesday Nights you can still hear the antlered ancients banging skulls together and hollering.
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Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 11:45 PM
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