Bill Popp has been plumbing to financially support his love of making music and he’s done both well for over 43 years and 34 years, respectively. He started his band, Bill Popp And The Tapes, in 1981; their music was heavily inspired by British Invasion rock of the 1960s. His music is classic rock/indie at its finest. To commemorate the end of the career he never thought he’d have, Bill Popp And the Tapes will be throwing a party to say “good riddance” to plumbing on Oct. 1 at The Park Side Lounge. Popp will be gifting his new CD, Popp’s Last Flush, at the door, along with music, drinks and food. The night promises to be full of raw talent with Popp and his band performing. Special guests Sea Monster and Bowery Boys will also perform.