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C.C. DEVILLE'S SAMANTHA 7, ELLIOTT JAMES AND THE SNAKES -- Reformed hairspray rocker Deville, in addition to playing with the re-formed '80s hair band Poison, started this band last year and debuted at the ill-fated Woodstock '99. Pop metal for the kid in you. Elliott James and his Snakes will rattle on before the Unskinny Bopper takes the stage. Smith's Olde Bar (Smith)

LIBBY EASON -- A gifted writer/performer, Eason massaged new vitality into the sore muscles of the singer/songwriter genre with her CD She Dreams Alone. Also performing tonight are her fellow folk/rockers Mike Willis and Bradley Ashby. Eddie's Attic

HELGAS, ODD JOBS, HEATHENS -- The Helgas, a new punk trio led by former 17 Years bassist Scooter Collins, begin their month of Wednesdays at the Star Bar tonight. Combining elements of pop and new wave, the band seem to draw quite a bit of inspiration from Social Distortion. Tonight, part time rockers the Odd Jobs and the Heathen will rage as the Helgas' first guests. Star Bar (Smith)

Also performing

BASIL'S CAFÉ: Showtyme Jazz Duo

BLIND WILLIE'S: Rogene Baileys' Birthday Bash, Theodis Ealey

BRANDYHOUSE: Karen Russ & Radiant Tribe

BRIDGES: Piano with Bruce


CAFÉ TU TU TANGO: Caliente -- live reggae

THE CHAMBER: Lovebreak with E.J. & Motion and DJ Biff

DARWIN'S: Open Blues Jam hosted by Liz Melendez


EDDIE'S ATTIC: Libby Eason, Mike Willis, Bradley Ashby

FAT MATT'S RIB SHACK: The Electromatics

MARY'S: Music Videos with DJ Jigsaw

METROPOLITAN PIZZA: Metropolitan Madness


PEASANT UPTOWN: Steven Charles Jazz Duo

SMITH'S OLDE BAR: C.C. Deville's Samantha 7, Eliott James and the Snakes

STAR BAR-L5P: The Odd Jobs, the Helgas, the Heathens

WOODEN NICKEL: Ladies Night with Dance DJs


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