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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Tonight! Josh Ritter/Langhorne Slim, Gil Mantera's Party Dream/El Ten Eleven, Toad the Wet Sprocket

Posted By on Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 1:34 PM

Although it's Tuesday, you wouldn't know it from tonight's hectic concert schedule. First, at Off Broadway, it's Josh Ritter -- although if you don't already have tickets, you might be out of luck. According to Off Broadway's Twitter, "a few [are] available at the door at 8PM. Otherwise--SOLD OUT." If you don't make it in, soothe your feelings with Roy Kasten's feature and the following MP3/video.

MP3: Josh Ritter, "To the Dogs or Whoever"

Langhorne Slim is also on the bill.

Now, if Ritter isn't your speed, Gil Mantera's Party Dream is at the Firebird. I'm not sure what else to say about these Cleveland electro-crazies, especially because D.X. Ferris described 'em best earlier this year. Snag a video here. El Ten Eleven is also performing.

Last, but not least, at the Pageant is the final '90s act in our four-day trip back to the grunge future...

Toad the Wet Sprocket. Do I need to say anything more about the heartfelt jangle-rockers, especially because Ryan Wasoba summed it up right here? Nope, save for the fact that Willy Porter is opening, and "Fall Down" always makes me have fond memories of My So-Called Life...

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