Cevin Key of Skinny Puppy to DJ at Mardi Gras Bar & Grill Aug. 15

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Skinny Puppy fans, get ready to rock. Cevin Key, a founding member of the industrial rock band Skinny Puppy, will headline Scottsdale's Mardi Gras Bar & Grill Saturday, Aug. 15 for a special DJ set packed with industrial jams. According to a flyer posted on the club's Web site, Key will spin music from his musical side projects such as PlatEAU and Tear Garden as well as Skinny Puppy. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets are $15 for presale and $20 at the door for the 18-and-older dance party, which will kick off with an opening DJ set from local mix master Plastic Disease.

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