Appearances of the unified melodic front known as The Boondogs are rare. As far as we can tell, the last time the band performed publicly was over a year ago, during a fund-raiser for John Adams' (unfortunately) failed bid for Vic Snyder's congressional seat. The members of the band, busy multi-talents all, are ubiquitous around town, though. Indy Grotto is wrapping up her anticipated, upcoming solo record, Jason Weinheimer has taken to fronting Love Ghost, Chris Michaels is still leading The Cranks, Jesse Aycock (the resident Oklahoman) is keeping it Okie and Isaac Alexander is up to his usual: quietly making everyone else in town look lazy and uninspired in comparison. Pulaski County's pop X-Men are set to play short solo sets and, BoonGod willing, will squad up to showcase some of the band's effortless melodics. Also performing: Greg Spradlin, who last Friday at White Water wailed his way into this writer's choice for "best guitarist in Little Rock," at the very least.