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To-Do Tonight: Felsen, 1776, Abbey Road and the Frebbys

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Let’s hop around town for some happenings:

FELSEN: Tokyo Garden hosts Oakland rock band Felsen, who calls its style “indie classic rock” — which means you’re going to hear a little bit of Wlico and Radiohead in there, and a little bit of Pink Floyd and The Beatles too. Band member Rich McCulley is a Fresno native. 9 p.m. $5.

ABBEY ROAD: Speaking of The Beatles, Abbey Road, a touring Fab Four tribute act, headlines Tower Theatre tonight. We’ve seen these guys before. They were part of the “In My Life” live theatrical show that came to Warnors Theatre last year. The band has been back to The Cellar Door a few times since. Now, it’s Fresno’s turn again. 7:30 p.m. $30-$40.

1776 & FRIENDS: Portlanders 1776 return to Audie’s Olympic tonight, joining up with local band Quiet Americans, who — spoiler alert — aren’t so quiet and Vancouver band The Shivas. More info here. 8 p.m. $5.

FREBBYS: Finally, don’t forget about the Frebby Awards, which are handing out big ol’ trophies to some our local web standard-setters at Fulton 55. Everything you need to know right here.

Responses to "To-Do Tonight: Felsen, 1776, Abbey Road and the Frebbys"

Barbara says:

Congratulations on the Frebby award.