Mergence and Quick Henry Unite at Teakwoods Tavern Friday

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According to the Facebook event page the bands created, this show is a few months behind, comparing it to, "a baseball rain delay game." In that case, game on! Mergence and Quick Henry will be rockin' Teakwoods at Phoenix this Friday, September 23.

Lauded for their live performances and groovy brand of funk and blues, the tavern and grill should be bumping throughout the night.

Both acts have separate shows tonight, with Mergence performing at the ASU campus in Tempe, and Henry playing Long Wong's at the Firehouse. Of course if you have to work or whatever tomorrow, Friday might just be a better bet.

Get there by 9 p.m. and bring your ID if you plan to drink. Check out some video of the guys in action after the jump.

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