Bob Seger - Feb. 7
Even music snobs who didn't have much time for Bob Seger
back in the day have come around to admit that songs such
as "Night Moves," "Main Street" and "Against the Wind,"
have matured, like fine wine, into something that goes down
pretty nice. Or maybe it's the snobs who have matured.
$43-$2166; 8 p.m. Sat., Feb. 7
BB&T Center, 2555 NW 136th Ave., Sunrise
Click here for tickets.
(Richard Rodriguez / RicoPhoto.com / Courtesy /February 8, 2007)
Radio-Active Records will host a listening party on Tuesday for the new Jack White album “Lazaretto” that will be notable in several ways beyond the free pizza.
Oswaldo Martinez of Let There Be Sound, the Weston-based destination for audiophiles all over South Florida, will be on hand with some of the latest turntable and speaker innovations so you can hear the fiery “Lazaretto” as Jack White intended.
From 6 to 8 p.m. you can pick up the new CD and its vinyl version, along with a "Lazaretto" 45 backed by a b-side not available on the LP. You’ll also get a free "Lazaretto" poster with each purchase, while they last.
Martinez will play the album on an analog system that includes tube electronics by Herron Audio and Cary Audio Design, analog turntables from VPI Industries (including the VPI Nomad) and speakers by Danish manufacturer System Audio.
Info: 954-762-9488, Facebook.com/RadioActiveRecords, LetThereBeSound.com.
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