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Friday, September 12, 2008

Friday To-Do: American Princes

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AMERICAN PRINCES
9:30 p.m., Vino's. $6.


Arkansas's favorite sons, or at least Arkansas's favorite indie-rockers on the verge, return after a couple of years to the venue that gave them their start. They also return very slightly more famous. If you listened closely to “Real World” a few weeks back — which is a pretty big if, since surely the only people who still watch “Real World” are nursing hangovers — you caught a few snippets of the Princes' “Auditorium.” Then again, on the other side of the ledger, now when you Google search the band, halfway down the first results page, in between American Princes' related pages, is a blog called conservativeprincess. But I get hung up on the peripheral noise. Look for folks to pack the club to such a degree that everyone gets sweaty. Local singer/songwriter Jonathan Wilkins opens with Arkansas's finest rap duo, Suga City new-wave stand-out Kyoto Boom.

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