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Rock 'n’ roll is here to stay! @Dollhouse Productions

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DOLLHOUSE Productions’ Blake Olmstead Mavrogeorgis and Peter Mavrogeorgis are once again throwing open the doors of their wartime-era factory for a string of great rock 'n’ roll shows.

“I’m very open to this being kind of like a shared space for bands and promoters,” says Olmstead Mavrogeorgis. “I want people to come to me if they want to throw a show or have an idea. I’m very happy when people come to me and are like, ‘I have the whole lineup for a show, or a whole idea. Can we do it at Dollhouse?’ Yes, please!”

While Thursday’s Wet Socks/Breakers/Crazy Bag Lady show and Saturday’s Forced Entry/Gymshorts/Crazy Bag Lady bill fall on the garage/punk side of the spectrum—and Olmstead Mavrogeorgis has booked a lot of Lollipop and Burger Records artists in the past—she attests that Dollhouse is open to all styles of music, and looks forward to hosting an array of artists in the coming months.

Plus, Uber has arrived in Savannah, making it super-easy for show-hoppers to grab a cheap ride to the space (the Uber app estimates a ride from Congress to Dollhouse will cost just about $6-8).

Wet Socks, Crazy Bag Lady, Breakers, Clambake zine release: Thursday, September 3, 9 p.m.

Forced Entry, Gymshorts, Crazy Bag Lady: Saturday, September 5, 8 p.m.

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