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ROCK | Nasty Habit Duo 

As a full-on band, Rochester rockers Nasty Habit really know how to kick-back without being a throwback. Want proof? Just take a bite out of the quartet's latest, "Desperate Times, Desperate Measures." Though ensconced in glamourous, almost over the top flashy metal, singer Tommy Ende and bassist Frankie Wheeler know how to pull a punch as well. The duo performs stripped down and acoustic. Somehow I have a feeling it's still gonna rock.

Tommy and Frankie of Nasty Habit unplug and play Wednesday, November 12, at Dinosaur BBQ, 99 Court Street. 9 p.m. Free.


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