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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Thursday: Battery, The Funkanites, 'Tie One On' and more

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Battery -- Masters of Metallica comes to Revolution Thursday.
  • Battery — Masters of Metallica comes to Revolution Thursday.

All you metal maniacs can get a Metallica fix, with tribute act Battery — Masters of Metallica, 18-and-older, Revolution, 9 p.m., $5.

White Water Tavern hosts "Comin' on Christmas: Little Rockers Sing Songs of Joy and Peace," featuring Isaac Alexander, Adam Faucett, John Willis, Amy Garland, Sydney Hunsicker, Phillip Huddleston, Mandy McBryde, Audrey Dean Kelley, Phillip Huddleston and more, with readings by Michael Inscoe, Rhett Brinkley and Matt Carey, 9:30 p.m.

Cocktails for Crohn's is a fundraiser for the Arkansas chapter of Crohn's Colitis Foundation of America. The 18-and-older show features Amy Garland and Nick Devlin, Stickyz, 6 p.m., $8.

The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center hosts an evening in remembrance of legendary jazz pianist Charles Thomas with Chris Parker, Joe Cripps and Brian Withers performing, 7 p.m., free (but RSVP to 683-3593 required).

The Funkanites play at The Joint in North Little Rock, 9 p.m., $7.

The Little Rock Wind Symphony's "A Christmas Celebration" is at Second Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.m., $8-$10, free for students.

The "Tie One On" fundraiser for Our House homeless shelter includes food, drinks, entertainment and more, Pavilion in the Park, 6 p.m., $55.

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