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In Print: Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Memorial Day Weekend Parties, & More

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Even if a bearded man may seem like a stoic man, Will Oldham actually has a wonderful sense of humor tucked under his curly facial hair. Alex Rendon got him to admit that the upcoming Free Florida Tour, which stops at Radio-Active Records this coming weekend, is an opportunity to drench some women's drawers -- really!

And, if acoustic folk isn't your bag, there are a ton of Memorial Day Weekend parties, including a Lil Wayne and Drizzy Drake gathering, in this guide.

A few more concerts of note include Panic at the Disco at Pompano Beach Amphitheatre, Combichrist at Respectable Street, and Christian McGee at South Shores Tavern.


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