Bullet the Blue Sky

•In one of the strangest corporate sponsorships yet, American Analog Set have released the EP Songs of Hurt and Healing, a split with folky Brooklyn trio White Magic, through the Tylenol-controlled Web site "TCB" is not making this up – see for yourself.

•Anyone wondering what the hell happened to Tom Green should tune into the Tonight Show, Feb. 25, when the Canadian goofball takes two-step lessons from Gruene Hall owner Mary Jane Nalley and plays drums with KVET rising star Jason Allen on "John Boat Blues." Allen appears, sans Green, 8pm tonight at Dallas Nite Club.

•Temporarily welcoming guitarist John Hunt back from Red Sox Nation, Fivehead shakes off the cobwebs tonight at the Carousel Lounge. Brother band the Militant Babies opens.

•Mosh-pit workhorses Rubberhed are hanging it up after six years. Say adios Friday at Redrum, where they join Fire Kills and many others, or at Saturday's Rock 281 Fest at the Burnet Rodeo & Fairgrounds, with hometown boys Hatchetwork.

•Bloodshot Records will re-release Scott H. Biram's Dirty Old One Man Band March 22. Before his pre-SXSW tour, the San Marcos soul-shouter opens for the Gourds Saturday at Jovita's.

Betty Crocker mortal enemies the TunaHelpers are hosting a talent show/karaoke party Saturday at the Church of the Friendly Ghost; the winner will join the Helpers at their annual Valentine's Day show Feb. 11 at Elysium. "There may be a lot of people in tears," warns the band. $5 donation suggested.

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