Tonight in South Florida Live Music, Wednesday July 23

Here are tonight's highlights in live music around town, in case you're already getting the itch to go out and do something. -- Arielle Castillo

*Sebastian Bach, Poison, and Dokken at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. Seriously, Bret Michaels must really love South Florida -- he played here with Poison last July, and recently as a solo artist (uh, playing all Poison songs) after a Marlins game. Now he's back with an album to push, and a different set of openers. Click here to read a Broward-Palm Beach New Times story about what Sebastian Back has been up to.

*GBH plays with the Krum Bums at Culture Room, Ft. Lauderdale. If you like your punk spiky, old, and featuring song titles like "City Baby Attacked by Rats," this one's a must-see. (The Krum Bums, however, are younger and from Austin, Texas.) Click here to read about it in the Broward-Palm Beach New Times.

*Xperimento plays again at its weekly Wednesday night residence at Jazid. Click here to read about it in the Miami New Times.

*Of course, Can You Rock a Little Softer? continues at Churchill's. Special guest tonight is the folks from Pure Imagination -- a sort of music/lit radio drama that returns to WVUM's airwaves this October. Cover is $5.

*BeBob Grabowski's weekly jazz jam continues at Tobacco Road -- but someone over there seriously needs to update the venue's online calendar with more detailed lineup information, stat.

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Arielle Castillo
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