Tuesday: Denny, Birds of Avalon, Bryan Scarry and the Shredding Tears, New Monsoon and more | Rock Candy

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Tuesday: Denny, Birds of Avalon, Bryan Scarry and the Shredding Tears, New Monsoon and more

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Some Birds of Avalon.

Chris Denny, famous locally and beyond for his high warble, plays Juanita's, with killer psych-pop-rock band Birds of Avalon (familiar to those who caught Ted Leo's last Juanita's show), catchy singer/songwriter Jeremy Fisher, who has a stop-motion music video where a cigarette comes to life, and Brooke Wagner, 8:30 p.m., $8.

At White Water its bands with names that sound like they were pilfered from childrens' stories: Bryan Scary and the Shredding Tears do baroque power-pop a la Jellyfish or A.C. Newman, and Johnny Nobody does slightly heavier indie rock, 9 p.m., $5.

New Monsoon, from the Bay Area, bring together loads of instruments and disparate genres, for one big jam at Revolution, 8 p.m., $10.

Emo-ish pop-punk band Wheatus is at Vino's before heading to SXSW and returning to LR for the Inksplosion. Plus, NYC's Dead Man Dreaming, a metal-punk band. With Arkansas's At Our Finest.



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