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Acoustic Showcase "Can You Rock a Little Softer" Returns Next Thursday at Sweat Records

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​Those of you that miss your weekly dose of acoustic bliss no longer have to fret. Sweat Records is bringing Miami's beloved "Can You Rock a Little Softer" back.

Bands slated to perform on Thursday include Rachel Goodrich, Animal Tropical, and surprise guests--and of course it's hosted by Raffa & Rainer, who are also slated to perform.

Thursday, May 20 at Sweat Records, 5505 NE 2nd Ave. Show starts at 8 p.m. $5 cover. sweatrecordsmiami.com

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