By Eddie Jorgensen
For those living under a rock, Sacramento’s legendary Downtown venue Old Ironsides officially re-opened its doors to live entertainment a few weeks ago after revamping the bar’s food menu with great effect. New talent buyer, Justin Nolan, has an impressive line-up of shows and it appears he’s just getting started. Regular 98 Rock listeners will know that Third Eye Spiral – a Tool tribute featuring bassist Jeff Cox, drummer Mike Monroe, guitarist Nate Higgins, and singer J Rock – is the headliner at Friday night’s upcoming festivities. The quartet plans to deliver a heady set of Tool classics in addition to live rarities. Special guests Nevermind (a Nirvana tribute) will open. Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.theoldironsides.com for $12. Doors open at 8pm and the show starts at 8:30pm. 21 and over patrons only. The Old Ironsides is located at 1901 10th Street in Downtown Sacramento.
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