Oct. 24: World Entertainment War at 19 Broadway

You know who you are. You pick up the Bohemian, flip past the news stories and arts features and go straight to the back of the paper to Rob Brezsny’s Free Will Astrology column. The man has a way with words, if we may say so ourselves, both in print and in the years he fronted his agit-pop, off-kilter rock band World Entertainment War. It’s true! Brezsny, as lead singer, with songs like “Furnace of Nuclear Love,” “Pagan Jake’s Dream Girl” and “Kick Your Own Ass!” The band fizzled in the early 1990s, but since there’s now a rule that every band from the ’90s has to get back together, they’re merely following orders from on high—with all original members—when World Entertainment War bring their “pagan revival meeting mixed with a dance therapy session and a cynics’ pep rally and a tribal hoedown and a lecture at the ‘Anarchists Just Wanna Have Fun’ think tank” on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 19 Broadway. 19 Broadway, Fairfax. 9pm. $18–$20. 415.459.1091.Gabe Meline 

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