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Scene: Clubs, Bars, Nightlife

August 12, 2004|By Annie Linskey

At the Improv

David Alan Grier will ham it up at the Improv tomorrow through Sunday. You might recognize him from roles on Life with Bonnie, DAG or In Living Color or appearances on Crank Yankers.

Shows will be 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. tomorrow; 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets cost $25.

Power Plant Live Plaza is at 6 M a rk e t P l a c e . C a l l 410-727-8500 or visit www.

RamblinM-F man at Recher

If you need a little southern comfort, check out former Allman Brothers guitarist Dickey Betts when he plays tomorrow at the Recher Theater. This ramblinM-F man has been playing all over the Northeast this summer M-y so welcome him back to this side of the Mason- Dixon line.

His band is Dickey Betts & Great Southern. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets cost $25.

The Recher Theater is at 512 York Road in Towson. Call 410-337-7178 or visit www.

Odd Man Spoke

MTV doesnM-Ft understand why Odd Man Spoke hasnM-Ft made it big yet. See what you think when the band plays Saturday at the Vault. The groupM-Fs music is a mix of funk, rap and rock. The concerts are high energy M-y expect a few covers M-y but the group plays mostly original music.

Hard rock bands Tangled Subconscious, Inverness and Time Released Tragedy are also billed. Tickets are $7.

The Vault is at 401 W. Baltimore St. Call 410-244-6000 or visit

Wolf on vibraphone

Not in the mood for a smokefilled bar? On Saturday, listen to Baltimore native Warren Wolf play the vibraphone in the Baltimore Museum of ArtM-Fs sculpture garden. Take food and pay $15 ($10 for BMA members), or have dinner on the terrace at Gertrudes and listen to music for $55.

No glass containers are allowed in the sculpture garden M-y so if you take dinner, think about wine in a box. The event starts at 7 p.m.

The Baltimore Museum of Art is at 10 Art Museum Drive. Call 410-396-6001 to reserve tickets.

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