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What to Hear in Broward and Palm Beach This Weekend

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Fresh off their sting opening for Green Day, The Bravery are out on a headlining tour. Tonight, they'll be at Culture Room starting at 8. If you're looking for something a little less radio friendly, check out psychobilly rock gods Viva Le Vox at Respectable Street or Jason and the Punknecks at Propaganda. Finally, the Back Room Blues bar is hosting Mark Hummel's Blues Harmonica Blowout, which is exactly what it sounds like.

Tomorrow night, New Orleans' finest, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band are bringing their 33 years of funking experience to Culture Room, Singer-songwriter pioneer Leonard Cohen is playing BankAtlantic Center, Brad Paisley is at Cruzan, and the Rolling Stones tribute band Roll The Stones takes over CityPlace in West Palm.

Sunday, country singer James Otto plays Round Up, Latin-pop icon Olga Tanon is at Hard Rock Live, and English guitar virtuoso Robin Trower is at Culture Room.

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