The ten best concerts this weekend: Sept. 21-23
Odd Future, which kicks off a two-night stand at the Fox Theatre tonight, is just one of this weekend's ten best concerts.
Hola, amigo! Welcome to the weekend! A massive amount of musical goodness awaits you this weekend, the first of this fall season. Whatever you feel like getting into, there are a ton of shows to choose from, whether you're looking for metal, rock, hip-hop or just want to party down like there's no such thing as Monday morning, we've got you covered. We've got all these shows and more listed in our massive concert calendar if you'd like to choose your own adventure. Or, as always, if you'd rather we do the heavy lifting for you, keep reading to get the full rundown of the ten best concerts this weekend.
10. OTIS DAY & THE KNIGHTS @ GRIZZLY ROSE | FRI, 9/21/12
Some folks claim that Doug Clark and the Hot Nuts, a party band who became famous touring colleges during the '60s, were the inspiration for the fictional band Otis Day & the Knights in John Landis's 1978 comedy Animal House. But more folks probably remember Otis Day, played by Dewayne Jessie in the film, from the infamous "Shout" scene or where the band is playing "Shama Lama Ding Dong" in the roadhouse. Shortly after the film was released, the band was asked to go on tour, and then in 1989, the outfit recorded an album with P-Funk's George Clinton producing it. The band, which dubs itself as America's number one party band, still plays gigs around the world, including this one tonight at the Grizzly Rose.
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