Johnny T. as the blue collar rug-cutter Tony Manero.
Monday, March 28 Saturday Night Fever
Hustle on down to the Tobin for a performance of the play that pushed a young, butt-chinned Italian stud into the spotlight. I can never think of this movie/play without the brilliantly titled Holy Molar song "My Saturday Night Fever Turned Into a Sunday Morning Rash" coming to mind. God bless you, Mark McCoy. $32.50-$89.50, 7:30pm, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, (210) 223-8624
San Antonio jazz legend Jim Cullum.
Monday, March 28
Jim Cullum Jazz Band
Any solid reputation San Antonio has as a jazz town has to be chalked up to Jim Cullum, Jr., the man in charge of the long-running public radio show "Riverwalk Jazz" who's been consistently swinging in the Alamo City for decades. Free, 7pm, Tucker's Kozy Korner, 1338 E. Houston St., (210) 320-2192
Peter Tosh (right) signing a poster for a fan.
Tuesday, March 29
Mix it Up Tuesdays
At this weekly soiree, DJ Ras of Shashamani Sound selects cuts from historic reggae artists Yellowman to Peter Tosh. Free, 9pm, The Mix, 2403 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 735-1313
The mischievous artist, Ken Little.
Tuesday, March 29
Tuesday Night Music Series: Ken Little and Friends
Little by Little would be a perfect album title for self-penned songs from this local artist extraordinaire who makes country rock, despite its often-awful proponents, not a completely deplorable thing. Free, 7:30pm, Liberty Bar, 1111 S. Alamo St., (210) 227-1187
The Freeze lead singer Clif "Hanger" Croce.
Wednesday, March 30
With The Unseen covering "Talking Bombs" on their last Hellcat Records release and a slot on the soundtrack to 2007 punk doc American Hardcore, Boston punks The Freeze are seeing a renewed interest in their 32-year career. $10-$12, 7:30pm, The Korova, 107 E. Martin St., (210) 226-5070
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