Psycho Donuts is celebrating its four-year anniversary today with donuts, art and live music today from noon to 6:00 p.m.
Kepi Ghoulie, formerly from the early 1980s Sacramento-based pop punk band the Groovie Ghoulies is performing an accoustic set Saturday, March 9. A new art exhibit also kicks off today and runs through the end of the month.
"He’s the most fun, upbeat guy," says Psycho Donuts Art Curator and Local Artist Christine Benjamin. "I’m a huge fan because I love the music. It makes me happy. It's just so fun and upbeat. When I listen to it, I was thinking of all the stuff I was going to do in my paintings. I want the paintings to be Kepi-inspired."
Benjamin, along with Ghoulie, Lucy Giles, Gilbert Armendariz and Dan Potthast will have new art on display at the local donut shop for the show, "Kepi and Friends Go Psycho."
"We usually have fun shows but this will be the best show that Psycho Donuts has had," Benjamin says. "He was really excited to play at a donut shops. He loves doing stuff like that."
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