10 Under $10 For the Weekend of February 10 - 12

Friday, February 10

*Thousands of One, an Ithaca, New York act that describes itself as "soul-funk-reggae-dub-rock," performs at the Funky Buddha in Boca. Cover is $5. Click here for details.

*Local cover act Fishhead Soup plays at O'Shea's Pub in West Palm Beach, and cover is free. Click here.

*Tonight at Swampgrass Willy's, an all-acoustic night. Performers include Oda al Mar, Tony Brasso, and the Mobile Homies. Cover is $5. Click here.

Saturday, February 11

*Local electronic artist Sumsun

plays a multi-genre, all-ages show with Daymoths and the Casey Hopkins

duo at the Speakeasy. Admission is just $5. Click here for details.

*Miami alt-rock band All The Pretty Cars plays a free show at Dada. Click here.


in December, County Grind contributor professed his almost-unexpected

love for the Robert Goodman band. Click here to read all about that --

and check out the band at Brogues in Lake Worth tonight. Admission is

free. Click here.


and rollers the Beauvilles -- who are excellent on their own -- perform

with murky TBA "guests" at Propaganda. Once again, cover information is

nowhere to be found, but it should be under $10. Click here.


Willy's continues a weekend of cheap live original music, this time

around with a reggae/rock combo courtesy of acts the Fireside Social and

Bastard Suns. Cover is $5. Click here.

O'Shea's features original music this time, courtesy of frequent County Grind figure Mike Mineo. Admission is free. Click here.  

Sunday, February 12

*Tampa-based funky jam act Green Sunshine plays the Hurricane Bar. Admission is free. Click here.

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