Monday, January 9
Darren Michaels, Adron, Back Pockets + artwork by members of N.E.M Art Collective, Kris Pilcher, Chris Bates, Cindy Sheffield Michaels and Back Pockets. $10 (all ages). 7 p.m. @ the Shakespeare Tavern
Tues., Jan. 10
Doldrums, Dillon, Boog Brown, Rekchampa. Free. 9 p.m. @ 529
Shiznanopak, Guerilla Toss, Hunnie Bunnies, Son of Salami, David Kirby, the Dandyls. $5 suggested donation. 7 p.m. @ The Big Haus
Cute Boots + stand-up comedy by Mike Albanese, puppets and banjos by David Stephens, art battle/performance by Fahamu Pecou and Fabian Williams. $10. 8 p.m. @ the Earl
Wed., Jan. 11
Featureless Ghost, Travis Thatcher (Voice of Saturn/Judi Chicago), Anticipation, Black Box Disco DJs. Free. 9 p.m. @ 529
ATL Collective Presents: An Interpretation Of Neil Young's After the Gold Rush. Two Shows (6/9 p.m.) $13-$65. @ Eddie’s Attic
Thurs., Jan. 12
Faun and A Pan Flute play CL’s Fiction Contest party w/ performances from Vouched and Write Club. Free. 9 p.m. @ Highland Ballroom
Lightnin’ Ray & the Mystics, Jeffrey Bützer & Molly Harvey (of the Residents), Imagination Head, Taylor Crowell & the Old Gold, (upstairs). Grace Bellury (of Lille), Emily Kempf (of Back Pockets), Philip Frobos (Carnivores), Clapperclaw (downstairs). Free. 9 p.m. @ Star Bar
Christobel & the Jons. $7. 9 p.m. @ the Five Spot.
The White Pages, Acid Freaks, Horny Dinosaurs. $? 9 p.m. @ 529
The Long Shadows, Lucy Dreams, Places. $5. 8:30 p.m. @ the Earl
Sat., Jan. 14
Akron/Family, Bad Weather California. $12. 9 p.m. @ Drunken Unicorn
Stay Productive 8 feat. DT (of Clan Destined), Dr. Conspiracy, AmDex, Floyd the Lofsmif, Baka, Illastrate, Rock Most, Que Rico, Threepeeoh, Spacebar, DJ Nervex. $7. 9 p.m. @ 529
Ocha La Rocha, the Mastersons, Some Dark Holler. $10. 9 p.m. @ Vinyl
Delta Moon w/ Linda Mcrae. $12-$60. 8 p.m. @ Eddie's Attic
Sun., Jan. 15
All Ages Matinee w/ Predator, Know Your Rights, Outcrowd. $5. 3 p.m. @ the Drunken Unicorn
*Christ, Lord sorry
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