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We are pleased to announce that the surviving/civilian members of the Edge of Daybreak will gather on October 22nd at Steady Sounds Records (322 W. Broad) for the long-awaited release party for their 1979 masterpiece, Eyes Of Love. Recorded on the outskirts of Richmond by a consortium of inmates at the Powhatan Correctional Center, the individual members were unable to play much of a role in the promotion of their group’s near-perfect LP at the time of its initial release. Richmond shop owner and all-around nice guy Marty Key was extremely helpful in laying the groundwork for this overdue reissue, ergot, we could think of no better place to celebrate the record’s renaissance. Album producer and Numero staffer Jon Kirby will be flying out to join in the festivities (plus trying to get all members of Avail to autograph his copy of Satiate for no reason in particular). CDs and LPs will be available, and abundant silver Sharpees will be on hand for all your autographing needs. Can’t make it to Richmond? Preorder Eyes Of Love here.
The Edge Of Day Break Eyes Of Love Release Party
Steady Sounds (322 W. Broad Street @ Monroe)
6pm – 8pm (FREE)
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