Catch The Cardboard Exhibit At One Arts Plaza While You Can.
Typically, Mondays are one of the slower nights of the week for going out, but, over at Amsterdam Bar, their badass jazz night remains one of the continually popular options. Warren Jackson Hearne's Le Leek Electrique backing band offer another way to get that fix of jazz horns when they play tonight in Denton. And, after spending all your cash at the bar over the weekend, the half-price pizza over at Bryan Street Tavern comes as a bit of a reprieve.
Cardboard art exhibit at One Arts Plaza
Today is the last day to check out the cardboard art exhibit at One Arts Plaza (1722 Routh St.). Giant cardboard art — including a six-foot squid — have been on display in the lobby of the plaza the past two weeks to celebrate 195 years of innovation for the versatile medium.
Warren Jackson Hearne and Le Leek Electrique at Dan's Silverleaf
When playing with his backing band Le Leek Electrique, the mellow western narratives of Denton singer-songwriter Warren Jackson Hearne's solo material is fleshed out with a full horn section, adding hints of southern jazz and R&B into the mix.
Meshuggah at House of Blues
Swedish metal band Meshuggah have been pushing the limits of the genre since the '80s as one of the earliest in their peer groups to begin incorporating elements of math rock, jazz and thrash into their brutal assault. But their current tour isn't just some sort of nostalgia thing; the band put out their latest album Koloss earlier this year, further cementing their place as technical wizards.
Badass Jazz at Amsterdam Bar
While most bars are traditionally a little slow on Mondays, this has remained one of the busiest nights at Amsterdam Bar. That's largely due to the Shelley Carrol-led badass jazz night, still one of the best weeklies in town.
Half-price pizza at Bryan Street Tavern
Half-price pizza? Don't mind if we do.