Mu­sic ther­apy: Gregg Turner

Pasatiempo - - Random Acts -

Gregg Turner, a founder back in the ’70s of the Los An­ge­les punk group Angry Samoans, says he suf­fers from SDD — “song­writer’s delu­sional disorder.” To re­lieve his pain, Turner is un­der­tak­ing his sec­ond solo- record­ing project in three years. On Satur­day, Jan. 24, he per­forms at Phil Space in or­der to bol­ster ac­tive Kick­s­tarter cam­paign to help fund the new al­bum. Turner’s past work seems to in­di­cate that he be­lieves laugh­ter to be the best medicine, and to med­i­cate him­self and the au­di­ence, he prom­ises to per­form hu­mor-in­fused songs like “I Lost My Baby to the Guy at Bob­cat Bite” as well as newer com­po­si­tions from the up­com­ing al­bum. The live por­tion of the fundraiser be­gins at 7 p.m. at the gallery (1410 Sec­ond St., 505- 983- 7945). There is no ad­mis­sion charge, though do­na­tions will be elec­tron­i­cally fa­cil­i­tated for the Kick­s­tarter cam­paign, which closes on Feb. 1. — L.B.


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