Hold My Beer.
There's something pretty comforting just knowing we live in a time when things like a soap opera about a hospital run by cats is something that actually exists. Thank god for the Internet.
It's also pretty cool to be around in a day and age when all kinds of cool shit goes down even on regular ol' non-weekend days. What a time to be alive. — Cory Graves
PJ Morton at Cambridge Room
Recently, we decided being one of the quote-unquote other guys in Maroon 5 would probably be the absolute best job on earth. On the one hand you get the big rock star experiences, playing stadiums and getting all the other perks involved. Conversely, you'd be able to pretty much still enjoy the normal, paparazzi-free life that Adam Levine has long since given up. So it goes for M5 keyboardist PJ Morton, who plays few hundred capacity rooms with his R&B-driven solo project when he's not rocking arenas with Levine and Co. — CG
North Texas State Fair and Rodeo at North Texas Fair Grounds
Mike Ryan, Courtney Patton, Erick Willis, Kaitlin Butts and Mutton Bustin' are among today's performers and attractions. — CG
Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen at House of Blues
Earlier this year Texas Red Dirt powerhouses Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen set egos aside and paired up for a duet LP that Rolling Stone has called one of the best country albums of the year so far. Tonight the pair will perform cuts from their respective solo careers and a good portion of that lauded Hold My Beer: Volume 1 album. — CG
Sex in the City at Sundown (Free)
Eager to see a movie where you can eat and drink that isn't your living room or Studio Movie Grill? Stop by Sundown. It's located adjacent to the Granada and not only is your entertainment for the night, Sex in the City, free, but your whiskey is half off. So, sit back and turn up as the lights turn down. — Lauren Kuehmeier
Master of the Mic at Crown and Harp
Masters of the Mic is an ongoing freestyle hip-hop competition throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area in effort to find the best undiscovered lyrical maverick in the Metroplex. For round three of the competition, the judges include Blue, the Misfit, Joel Salazar of Too Fresh Productions and Glenn Jackson of Top Shelf Shows. The cover is only five bucks for a night of new, raw talent thirsty for bragging rights. Head over to Crown and Harp to check out he scene and watch out for Cranbrook grads– that's a private school. — Evan Henry
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