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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Thursday: Autovaughn, River City Men's Chorus and more

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UPDATE: Late add at Juanita's, writes local man about town Jeremy Glover. Here's what he says about local rockers Flash Larue: "These​ dudes​ don'​t sound​ like any other​ band aroun​d,​ imagi​ne a bawdy​ mix of early​ BJM, Byrds​,​ Neil Young​ and unbri​dled psych​edeli​c freak​-​out rock.​ It's like going​ to the first​ buffe​t you'​ve ever been to that doesn​'​t leave​ you clutc​hing your stoma​ch and cursi​ng.​.​.​.​.​wait,​ that'​s exact​ly how you'​ll leave​ after​ downi​ng all that booze​,​ excep​t you'​ll have a new favor​ite local​ band inste​ad of wicke​d indig​estio​n.​" Sounds promising. 9 p.m., $3. With Notion opening.

Fresh off a European tour, Nashville pop-punks Autovaughn headline at On the Rocks' regular night of live music, with Atlanta rockers Elevation in tow, 9:30 p.m., $5.

At Trinity United Methodist, the River City Men's Chorus wraps up its seasonal revue, “Holiday!” with a free performance, 7 p.m.

Who knew the demand for seeing sports-talk dudes — and other local celebrities — sing karaoke off key was so high? The Buzz Christmas Celebrity Karaoke sold out the cavernous Village in eight hours. Maybe there'll be scalpers, 7 p.m., $25 (proceeds benefit Youth Home).

From Austin, Texas, Micky and the Motorcars play a rollicking brand of country familiar to fans of the Cross Canadian Ragweed at Sticky Fingerz, 9 p.m., $8.

As usual, the Ted Ludwig Trio pulls double-duty, first playing an early gig at the Capital Bar, 5 p.m., free, before heading to Hillcrest for a set at the Afterthought, 8:30 p.m., $5.

From Tulsa, Full Flava Kings blend slinky soul originals with covers that range from blues to reggae at the first of two nights at Cajun's, 9 p.m., $5.  

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