Weekend Music Know-It-All

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Well, aren't you Mr. Busy? You're not going to stay home write sad entries in your diary; at least not with this much music going down. You have no choice but to go out, get bananas, and dance your bad self straight into the jailhouse. Don't call me.

Friday:

Amy LaVere and Will Sexton are back at Bar DKDC.

Songstress Faith Evans Ruch will celebrate the vinyl release of her latest album, After It's Said and Done!, tonight at Co-Motion Studio in Crosstown.

Songsterer Graham Winchester is holding a competing album-release party over to the Buccaneer Lounge.

May the best act win.

Think I'm through? Son, don't kid yourself. 

Paul Collins Beat returns to Memphis after a laurel-garnering set at this year's Gonerfest. He's at Murphy's tonight with Talbot Adams, and the Subtractions. Let us pray a prayer of thanksgiving for the Subtractions and anyone, really, who is photographed in an El Camino.

Saturday

Just keep your disguise on, and all of this will blow over. You didn't mastermind the jailbreak. Worry about that after hearing more good music.

Justice Naczycz, Mark Akin, and Karl Creech at Otherlands.

We mentioned Arkaics at the Bucc in the paper, so you are up to speed on that. RIGHT? Aquarian Blood joins in the melee. DJs Hoppe and Madfarm shake the foundations in-between the bands.

Need to sit down and take a breather? Forget it. That's for the weak.

Gringos, Powers That Be, and IV are at the Murphy's.

Remember, don't call me. 




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