Scissormen slice into bar

Scissormen, a Nashville-based blues band, will perform Friday at Whiskey Bones Roadhouse, 3820 N Broadway, Rochester.

Slide guitar player Ted Drozdowski will play slide with anything, from light bulbs to boots to a scooter, and challenges the audience to challenge him with new slide-paying utensils.

Aside from that gimmick, though, Scissormen are touring behind Robert Mugge's new film "Big Shoes: Walking and Talking the Blues," which has been on the film festival circuit. The band, which played at Bonnaroo, is featured in the movie. The band's latest album is "Luck in a Hurry."

Music starts at 9 p.m.

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