Solo No More

Most singer/songwriters wind up ending their solitude and dupe some people into joining them so they can rock harder and push their limits. Bob Dylan joined up with the Band, Neil Young put together Crazy Horse, and Conor Oberst has left a half dozen backup bands in his wake. South Florida’s local strummers are no different. Propaganda (6 S. J St., Lake Worth) has put together a show illustrating the power in numbers. Evan Rowe, the political lyricist, plays his melodic, informative rock with a constantly rotating band under the name of Catalonia. Kurt Riley, the new kid on the block, just finished recording an album with Blond Fuzz (formerly Stonefox) and will play with a group to promote his new work. And rounding out the lineup is the prolific and ubiquitous Timb Krueller, playing party-rock hits with his band, Krueller. The show starts at 9 p.m., and tickets cost $5. Call 561-547-7279, or visit
Sat., July 3, 9 p.m., 2010
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Jake Smith