Blackstar brings in Pete Rock to celebrate three years of Uncle Tony's Donut Shoppe


Uncle Tony’s Donut Shoppe, the best place to find rare hip-hop, soul, funk and world records, celebrates its third anniversary this week with a blowout at Blackstar. Pete Rock, the DJ and producer behind hits by Public Enemy, Nas and Ghostface Killah, headlines a night of hip-hop turntablism that also includes Uncle Tony’s own Dusty Fingers and DJ Spreadsheets.

10 p.m. Friday; Blackstar, 42 Concord St.; $25;


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