The Jobz and Jessica Rabbit Syndrome at Stage 33 Live

Jessica Rabbit Syndrome
Jessica Rabbit Syndrome. Photo provided.

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – In partnership with Windsor-based musicians’ collective What Doth Life, it’s loud fun crunchytime at Stage 33 Live when The Jobz and Jessica Rabbit Syndrome come to record and film concert sets starting around 6:30 p.m. and going to around 9 p.m. Jan. 20.

Jessica Rabbit Syndrome wraps you in a freaky glitter blanket of Glamour Trash Witchcore attitude. The Jobz are nuts and have been around long enough to have an abandoned MySpace page.

This taping is free and open to the adoring public, but donations to keep Stage 33 Live going will be gratefully accepted. Seating capacity is 40, but don’t sit. All ages are welcome.

Stage 33 Live documents performances and presentations of all sorts on a simple stage in a former factory building for downstream audiences – the homegrown love child of “Tiny Desk Concerts,” “Ted Talks,” “Science Friday,” “Midnight Special,” “The Little Rascals,” and on this night, “Urgh! The Decline Of The Repo Stains.” For more information about Stage 33 Live, go to

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