See & Do

MONDAY 05.14

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FRANK SINATRA TRIBUTE -- It's "My Way" or the highway at this memorial event, celebrating the third anniversary of the death of Old Blue Eyes. Taking place at Johnny's Hideaway, self-proclaimed home of "Atlanta's Only Unofficial Sinatra Shrine," the evening features two performances by Sinatra-soundalike, Lenny Stabile. Johnny's Hideaway (Hutchinson)

HALFCOCKED, SKRAPE -- Remember the early '90s, when angry girl groups such as L7 and Babes in Toyland made a brief splash on the airwaves, bringing heavy estro-rock to the masses? Halfcocked certainly does, summoning the ghost of Courtney Love (we know, we know) for a grungy, growling sound that almost comes off as retro by today's standards. Speaking of last decade, Skrape tackles hard rock like a pissed-off Soundgarden. Touring to promote their first CD, New Killer America, this Orlando act took classes at the White Zombie College of Creepy. Masquerade (Butler)

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