G. LOVE AND THE SPECIAL SAUCE9 p.m., Revolution. $20 adv., $25 d.o.s.
If you've visited, attended, graduated, dropped out or couch-surfed at any college campus in America in the last 17 years, you've heard your fair share of Misters Love and Sauce
. There's probably a good chance that, whether you like it or not, you know most of either “Baby's Got Sauce” or “Cold Beverage” word for word. Their music is a mumbled mish-mash of jam, blues, hip-hop, frat-rock, zydeco, neo-soul and so forth that'll probably stay profitable as long as marijuana and Jeep Wranglers are around; they defined the sound of '90s road-trip movies and soundtracked even more real-life ones. Not quite as relevant in the '10s but hardly another '90s nostalgia band either, G-Love and Special Sauce is, let's face it, cheesy, harmless fun. In the meantime, white-boy roots reggae fans, heads up: Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad
opens the all-ages show.