Say Yes To Perfect Pussy.

Is there any more beautiful a bromance than that of Zach Braff and Donald Faison? The twosome's real-life friendship, it seems, is only rivaled by that of the BFFs they portrayed for so long on Scrubs.

Earlier this week, Faison decided to help Braff promote Garden State 2 his upcoming, crowd-funded film, by singing this glorious song at an Austin screening.

Fucking precious. That's what that is.

What would you do for your bestie? Well, meeting them for drinks and revelry tonight is probably about the least you could do.

Perfect Pussy and Potty Mouth at Three Links
The name Perfect Pussy, according to this band's frontwoman, Meredith Graves, makes anybody looking to judge this band based on the singer's appearance or the fact that she's a woman know from the get-go that they should just go ahead and fuck off. That attitude seems to have worked, helping these Syracuse noise punks score a record deal, a U.S. tour and a shit-ton of internet buzz on the strength of but a single four-track demo. Potty Mouth, Stymie and Orgullo Primitivo open. — Cory Graves

Charlie Murphy at Addison Improv
If there was a second breakout star from Chappelle's Show, it was Eddie Murphy's comedian brother, Charlie, who served as an actor in many of the series' most memorable sketches, including a handful of sketches in which he shared the tales of some of his '80s exploits with his more-famous kin. You've no doubt heard this sketch's long-standing catchphrase, “I'm Rick James, bitch!” countless times. Just don't be the guy who shouts that out tonight. — Pete Freedman

Confab Vol. 2 at Dallas City Performance Hall
If you love Dallas as much as we do, join the Dallas Parks Foundation today at Dallas City Performance Hall as they go in depth behind the plagues of outdoor life, as well as the progress that is being made within the city — all in hopes to turn Dallas into the top-tier city that it aspires to be. — Chrissi Chetwood

Bas at The Loft
Before signing to his good friend J.Cole's Dreamville Records, Bas was just another rapper trying to make it out of Queens. Now, after several collaborations with his Grammy-nominated pal, he's following the familiar foot steps to the top of the charts — all while remaining relatively humble and often making himself the butt of his own jokes. In fact, he's previously referred to his new album, Last Winter, as: “An album from a n**** who ain't got alotta fans, yet.” Well, that's one way to put it. — CC

Barefoot at the Belmont
For its fifth year in a row, KXT's 91.7 is hosting this summer concert series at the beautiful Belmont, which highlights the gorgeous view of Dallas's loving skyline. Just because it's sold out doesn't mean you can't miss out the other dates. Head here for the full listing. — Ashley Gongora

AT&T Patio Sessions at Sammons Park (Free)
This bonus week of free, low-key, outdoor music on the ATTPAC lawn is a rescheduling of the solo performances from Slobberbone frontman Brent Best and Telegraph Canyon mastermind Chris Johnson that got rained out last month. — CG

Winger at Trees
For the generation of thirtysomethings just slightly too young to remember Winger's first couple of not-all-that-horrible hair metal albums, the band will probably forever be the poster children of dork rock thanks to being emblazoned on the t-shirt of Beavis and Butthead's nerdy neighbor, Stewart. Not sure if that's some sort of justice or a complete shame. It just is what it is. — CG

Next Topic at CentralTrak
Tonight, Dallas-based multimedia artist and writer Laray Polk will discuss the catastrophic effects of the radioactive waste dumped in Texas' “nuclear alley” over the years, plus other topics included in the book he recently co-authored with Noam Chomsky. — CG

To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.

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