Best Concerts This Week in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach County
Saturday, January 12
Smokey's gonna make you cry. Don't care how hardened your heart is, when this Miracle starts singing "Tears of a Clown," you will be that clown. Full review here.
In case you missed the boat... The Jam Cruise, that is, you can catch the shippers on their way out of town at the Moe show at Revolution.
British roots reggae group Steel Pulse is going to make it all irie at one of the chillest venues around these parts, Culture Room.
The seapunks have come to claim us, Fort Lauderdale. And they're bringing their music and art (by FAU students with an oceanic theme, and Lynn students with non-watery stuff) with them. Wear blue.
Landlubber's Ball With the Heavy Pets. 10 p.m., January 12, Poorhouse, 110 SW 3rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale. Entrance is $5.
The Heavy Pets have a horny name, but they're just a bunch of very talented jam dudes who, possibly want to make you horny and definitely want you to jam. This is the post-Moe party for those whose sea legs are still swinging.
Tina and Her Pony. 9 p.m., January 12, The Beat Cup, 660 Linton Blvd - Suite 110, Delray Beach.
As far as intriguing indie band names go, Tina and Her Pony is up there with Band of Horses and Arcade Fire. It makes you feel all funny inside, like you're seconds away from some Gothic tragedy or grand Victorian romance. This is the Asheville duo's album release party.