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The Browncoats 

5 p.m. Saturday, November 24. The Crack Fox, 1114 Olive Street.

If songs about cult sci-fi action heroes gets you going, you'll want to check out the Browncoats. The local band became a bit Internet-famous in 2009 with its first video, "The Hero of Canton," an homage to mercenary character Jayne Cobb of Joss Whedon's prematurely cancelled 2002 TV show Firefly. While the Browncoats won't win any awards for its simple brand of punk-lite, the band certainly will make you nudge your friend knowingly as you bask in all the not-so-veiled geek references in the lyrics.

We Aim to Misbehave: This show doubles as the Crack Fox's third anniversary party and features a rowdy lineup of local talent.

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