9 p.m., Cajun's. $5.
The Nashville country group CashVegas comes to Cajun's Wharf with pedigrees. Lead man Jason Witt was a former member of Exile, a country-pop group with 11 number one hits, all recorded before Witt joined the band. Witt has performed thrice at the Charlie Daniels Celebrity Golf Tournament and once onstage with former U.S. Senator Trent Lott and his son, Chett. Drummer/percussionist Dale Krajewski is known to have spent time on Beale Street performing. A descendant of Fiddlin' John Carson, guitarist Brad Wolf has a song that appeared on a 2003 NASCAR-themed compilation album; it also has served as the promotional material for “The Apprentice.” Look for everyone to sing and switch instruments often. Sean Rock and the Toltecs open. Led by Rock's strong Southern vocals and sharp, literate songwriting, the band specializes in folk-rock par excellence. The $5 cover charge kicks in after 8:30 p.m.