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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Don't Stop Believing: You Are Invited to Ashkon's 30th Birthday Party

Posted By on Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 3:54 PM


By now, everyone in San Francisco, Texas, and probably everywhere else has heard of Ashkon Davaran, the charismatic dude behind the "Don't Stop Believing" anthem that helped cheer the SF Giants into a World Series victory this fall.

Well, Ashkon is turning 30 this Thursday. And to celebrate, he's gonna sing you his take on "Don't Stop Believing" -- and release a new mixtape.

Ashkon's birthday bash goes down at Manor West the night after next. But it won't be one of those just-get-drunk-and-piss-away-another-year type things. Ashkon will be performing his stuff -- "Don't Stop Believing" isn't his only song! -- and releasing a new mixtape, entitled "In the Booth." DJ Method will be there spinning, and drink specials will be doled out at the bar.

Here's your chance to work up a little liquid courage and tell Ashkon just how much you appreciated his musical contribution to this magical S.F. fall. Because 1.8 million YouTube views probably haven't said it clearly enough.

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