The Quarterly returns to Will's Pub with Jake Head and Saskatchewan

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Tonight, Dec. 30, local comedy and music night the Quarterly returns to Will's Pub. Designed by musician Chandler Strang and comedian Tom Feeney as a way to expose local music fans to our underground comedy scene and local comedy fans to our underground music scene. 

For this edition of the Quarterly, Strang and Feeney have brought in Jake Head, a comedian from Atlanta, to headlne. Ryan O'Toole, a local comedian who recently moved to L.A., is home for the holidays and will be opening, along with Chicago comedian J. Michael Osborne and locals Sean Hyatt, Luke Swiderski and Alex Luchun.




Closing out the night will be Strang's own dancey dream-pop band, Saskatchewan, who haven't played in Orlando in a minute, so this should be a good night to get sweaty while bopping along to tracks like "Dreamboat," the video of which is right at the bottom of the page for you to check out. The Quarterly will be at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 30, at Will's Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. Cover is $6.




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