What to Hear Tonight in Broward and Palm Beach

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If you can't make it down to Colossal Music Fest at Tobacco Road or Howitzer at Churchill's Pub, there are still plenty of things to hear in Broward and Palm Beach tonight.

Universally hailed as one of the finest bass guitar players of this generation, Victor Wooten is lighting up Culture Room tonight starting at 8. Rather than gush over his skill-set and try to give you a dozen reasons to see this once in a lifetime talent, just check out the video below.

Let's say marvelling at virtuoso bass players isn't your thing. If

indie rock is more up your alley, The Beauvilles, Noble Rocket, and

King Bee are playing Propaganda tonight.

Do you want

something even more underground? Even more independent? Even more

likely to make your eardrums blead under the crushing weight of metal?

Check out Under Black Wings at Solid Sound Studios.

Check back tomorrow for suggestions on a busy Saturday in Broward and Palm Beach Counties.

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