XOXO: Where To Rock Tonight!

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“And this old porch is like a steaming, greasy plate of enchiladas/With lots of cheese and onions/And a guacamole salad/You can get ’em down at the LaSalle Hotel/In old downtown/With iced tea and a waitress/She will smile every time.” The still life captured in “This Old Porch,” a song penned by acclaimed songwriters Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, embodies the spirit of the evening. A night of storytelling awaits at the historic Fox Theatre… Drawing influence from Steel Pulse and Aswad, Tribal Seeds add a twist of “The Devil’s Music” to their Rastafarian roots reggae. At The Rialto Theatre… Black Ginger—like the medicinal qualities found in the plant—will invigorate at The Flycatcher. With TWGS and Sweaty Palm Trees… “Garage-a-billy” rockers Johnny Hootrock teeter on the verge of a psychotic break at The Loudhouse… Like street preachers fulfilling a command to an unseen entity, Al Perry and Loren Dircks spin yarns at Tap & Bottle… Man of many faces Jacob Acosta hosts a soirée at Bar Passé… Offering solace to the lovelorn, MOCA Tucson offers post-Valentine’s respite for all ages. Featuring noisy new-wavers Aerico and post-hardcore shoegazers Hikikomori. DJs, food truck, artmaking activities, interactive light drawings and more…



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