Don't Miss

DON'T MISS

October 27, 2005|By NICK BROWN AND SAM SESSA

Bayou benefit

The lowdown -- Tomorrow, catch Benefit for the Bayou, a concert to support Southern musicians whose lives were altered by Hurricane Katrina. Headlining is pedal-steel guitarist Robert Randolph and the Family Band. Also performing is Little Freddie King, who was lost in New Orleans for almost two weeks. Proceeds go to the New Orleans Music Fund.

If you go -- Benefit for the Bayou takes place tomorrow at 8 p.m. (doors at 7) at Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place. Tickets are $28 at 410-244-1131 or ramsheadlive.com. For more information on the New Orleans Musicians Fund, go to mu sicmaker.org.

Lotus jams

The lowdown -- Up-and-coming jam band Lotus will perform at the Eight by Ten Club on Saturday night. Critics have classified the group's sound as eclectic, with elements of funk, jazz and rock, but according to Luke Miller, who, with his twin brother, Jesse, writes most of Lotus' music, the band is "always trying to transcend" genres.

If you go -- The Eight by Ten Club is at 10 E. Cross St. Tickets are $10 through Ticketmaster, at the box office or by phone at 410-625-2000. Show is 18 and over (with an additional $3 cover if under 21). Doors open at 8 p.m. Saturday for 9 p.m. show. Go to lotusvibes.com or eightbyten.com.

Creepy crawl

The lowdown -- Give your Halloween costume a test run Saturday night with the Towson Terror Halloween Bar Tour. Participating bars such as the Greene Turtle, the Crease and Charles Village Pub offer $2 select bottles, food specials and no cover charges.

If you go -- Register online until 5 p.m. tomorrow at lin dypromo.com for $5. Saturday, registration is 5 p.m.-10 p.m. at Charles Village Pub, and costs $7 with a costume or $10 without. Charles Village Pub is at 19 W. Pennsylvania Ave. Call 800-422-7295.

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