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Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Tuesday To-Do: The Chill and Bobby V.

Posted By on Tue, Jul 3, 2007 at 2:35 PM

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Tonight, at Juanita's, all the folks listed above are at Juanita's at 8:30 p.m for the Chill. Lead Conduit man Epiphany, who puts together these regular concerts, will do at least 5 or 6 songs. They'll be a video crew in the house to shoot footage for the video to his song "5 Dollas" feat. Gina Gee and the live band One Night Stand. So look right.  Make sure you stick around for the duo Suga City, nobody does it better locally. $7.

Or, across town, Bobby Valentino plays the Village. The R&B lothario will have the ladies fainting and throwing bras and such, I'm guessing. Impressive local R&B crooner David Lawrence opens with Ultimate Groove and Kemistri. $22-35.

 

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