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Monday, July 4, 2011

Tuesday To-Do: Louis Logic, and it's 607's birthday

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New York-based underground M.C. Louis Logic brings his old-school-sampling, lovin'- and drinkin'-themed jams to Stickyz. Logic's latest, "Me & Everyone You Know," is true to its name, featuring collaborations with other artists on every track. Connecticut polymath and mile-a-minute rapper Ceschi Ramos and Little Rock's indefatigable Renaissance man 607 open the show, which starts at 9 p.m. and is $10.

It's also 607's (a.k.a. Adrian Tillman) birthday. Stickyz will be offering drink specials and premiering his new video at the start of the evening, so get there on time, folks.

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