The Delusionaires return for one night of sweaty, sleazy garage rock at Will's Pub

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The Delusionaires haven’t been a regular thing this decade since life geographically scattered its members. But in the early 2000s, this wild instrumental band was responsible for much of the sleaze and color oozing from Orlando’s underbelly. Musically, they’re as loose as the women they covet, smearing a grease slick of garage, hard rhythm & blues, and rock & roll with pure vice. And live, they’re all sweat and monkey business. It’s a trip of carnal nostalgia straight out of a Tarantino movie. Fortunately, their local ties are deep, and every few years or so they all find themselves back on the same old stomping grounds. Luckily for us, that means getting the gang together again for a one-off show, this time with support by Atlanta garage-rock traditionalists Bad Spell and St. Augustine beach band Kenny and the Jets. Go get dirty.

with Bad Spell, Kenny & the Jets | 9 p.m. Saturday, April 29 | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | $8


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