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What to Hear in Broward and Palm Beach This Weekend

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Tonight, try to figure out whether ska is making a comeback or is just enjoying a South Florida resurgence. Bowling for Soup is playing at Revolution Live tonight starting at 6:30. If you'd rather not break out the Doc Martins and checkered pants, Stage 84 is hosting Shawn Snyder's CD release party. Ghost of Gloria is playing Original Fat Cat's downtown tonight if you'd prefer some straight ahead rock and roll. Finally, if you're looking for free drinks and house music, check out round three of the Summer Spin Series at Gryphon nightclub. Open bar from 10:30 until midnight.

Tomorrow night it's all about Sharam at Gryphon. One half of house music mega stars Deep Dish, Sharam Tayebi hits the stage starting around 10 p.m. If you're not into house music, local blues legend Albert Castiglia is playing Maguire's Hill 16.

Sunday is for football, rest, and The Iveys at Brogues Irish pub.

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