A little over three months into its swanky, swinging existence, the Jetsetter Lounge has hit cruising altitude and seems to be settling in for a long, leisurely ride. Owner/alpha-jetsetter Mike Jones is like a lava lamp of great ideas: new theme nights, happy check that "ecstatic hour" parties, film screenings, and cocktail concoctions bubble up from his imagination constantly. On top of all the retro-a-go-go loungification, the musical roster has been getting better and better and attracting bands from further afield than our fair shores. This weekend, Orlando mod garage rockers the Four Shames should get the Jet in a righteous sweat. Tearing a page out of the Nuggets playbook and doing the shag all over it, the Shames are a wiry, aggressive, authentic flashback to the psychedelic '60s, grooving on tunes that sound something like the 97th tear ringing the Strawberry Alarm Clock. Yeah baby, it's groovy time.
The Four Shames play at 11 p.m. Saturday, April 15, at the Jetsetter Lounge, 1132 N. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth. The show is free. Call 561-533-7999.
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