Events

Pic Hits for the week

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monday
june 17
Celebrity Jam: Stan Devereaux, and the Andy Gonzales All-Stars co-host the final edition of this long-running blues bash at 9 p.m. Monday, June 17, at the Rhythm Room, 1019 East Indian School. The cover is $1.50, free for musicians. For details call 265-4842.

Immature: The well-named urban-contemporary group, touring in support of its sophomore disc, We Got It, the follow-up to the gold Playtyme Is Over, features a trio of 14-year-olds: Marques "Batman" Houston, Jerome "Romeo" Jones and Kelton "LDB" Kesse. Still, opener Quindon's got the Immature threesome licked; he's a mere 13. Showtime is 7 p.m. Monday, June 17, at Celebrity Theatre, 440 North 32nd Street. Tickets are $18, $21 and $25, available at the scene and Dillard's. For details call 267-9373 or 678-2222.

tuesday
june 18
David Sanborn: The alto-sax player can be faulted for the occasional lame career move into shallow pop, but never for his playing. On the right night, when Sanborn's got the right material and he's backed by the right band, he's one of the best. Shows are scheduled at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, at Red River Opry, Mill and Washington in Tempe. Tickets are $23.75 in advance, $26 the day of the show, available at the scene and Dillard's. Call 829-6779 or 678-2222.

wednesday
june 19
The Skatalites: The Jamaican group not only invented ska, but the 'lites also embodied and perfected it. In recent years, we've seen the band's musical progeny; it's time to check out the original, minus, naturally, the late and more than slightly mad genius Don Drummond. Kongo Shock, and Dave's Big Deluxe share the bill on Wednesday, June 19, at Boston's, 910 North McClintock in Tempe. The all-ages show starts at 8 p.m. Call 921-7343.

Forever Plaid: See Friday.
Shakespeare for My Father: See Thursday.
Six Women With Brain Death or Expiring Minds Want to Know: See Thursday.

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Clay McNear
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