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This Weekend in Broward and Palm Beach: The State Of, Cat Shell and Bruce Springsteen

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Tonight, Miami duo The State Of is playing at Propaganda in Lake Worth, blues rockers Iko Iko invade Maguires Hill 16 in Fort Lauderdale, Cat Shell and the Categories are plaing Lake Worth Rum Shack, and the Alligator Alley Allstars (Albert Castiglia and JP Soars) are playing a few sets at Alligator Alley. Click the links for more information.

Tomorrow night you might have planned to see LA Guns at Culture room, but that show has been moved to November 13. Instead try local dub legends in the making Spred the Dub at Kahuna Bar, Jr. Drinkwater Blues Band at The Back Room Blues Bar, Panic Disorder at Briny Irish Pub, or Hep Cat Boo Daddies at Poor House in Fort Lauderdale.

Bruce Springsteen is in town Sunday, so if you're a fan of music you should probably be at that show. There might even be some cheap tickets still available through Live Nation.

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