Tuesday To-do: April 6

How about we start today’s to-do off with what you can’t do tonight. That’ll narrow your options down a bit.

For starters, you’re not going to see Judah Friedlander on the UA campus. He canceled. Again. He now officially owes Fayetteville some sort of tribute hat on 30 Rock. Any suggestions?

If you’re into politics, you’re not going to be able to attend both the city council meeting and the Meet Bill Halter Campaign Rally at Gaylord’s. Unless you cut one short, that is. They overlap.

Finally, you’re not going to be able to eat just one Lay’s potato chip. But that’s a rule that applies to any day, not just today.

Shooter Jennings is in town tonight at George’s. His recently released fourth album, Black Ribbons, is, apparently, not so easy to listen to. Of course, when the son of Waylon Jennings makes an ambitious, 20-track concept album that sounds like a mix of Soundgarden, Queensryche, and Pink Floyd, there’s plenty of room for disagreement. Anybody got an opinion yet? Anybody going to the show tonight?

If not, and if you’re into danger zones, getting footloose or meeting people halfway across the sky, you might wanna head over to the Walton Arts Center because Kenny Loggins is performing tonight for the Washington Regional Foundation’s Gala. If you go, please tell us whether or not the theme from Caddyshack made it into his set list. Please.

There are other options, too.

For example, the monthly Mt. Sequoyah series continues with Marshall Mitchell, there’s jazz at Scarpino’s and a house show at the GROJ.

Here’s a list:

Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Mt. Sequoyah: Music on the Mountain: Marshall Mitchell
Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall: Boston Mountain Brassworks Recital
Teatro Scarpino: Jazz- McCleod/Burson Quartet
Walton Arts Center: Kenny Loggins
JJ’s Grill n Chill: Jeff Fox
Drifters: Open mic comedy
George’s: Shooter Jennings / Outernational
The GROJ: Super Famicom / Andrew Virga / Real Live Tigers