The Break­fast Club, the most rec­og­nizied 1980s trib­ute band in the coun­try, checks in at Revelry Room.

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Break­fast Club

Formed in 1993, The Break­fast Club is the long­est-run­ning and most rec­og­nized 1980s trib­ute band in the United States. The band was the first to cre­ate an en­ter­tain­ment act that em­bod­ied the spirit of mu­sic of the orig­i­nal MTV gen­er­a­tion of the ’80s. They have shared the stage with Whites­nake, Poi­son, Hootie and The Blow­fish, White Lion, The Smithereens, Ed­win McCain and per­formed for rock stars, movie stars and NASCAR le­gends. They will play Revelry Room on Satur­day at 9 p.m.

Eliot Lipp

Elec­tro funk mu­si­cian Eliot Lipp plays Revelry Room tonight in sup­port of his al­bum re­leased last month, “Sky­wave.” With in­flu­ences from sci-fi sound­tracks and ’70s and ’80s funk, he chan­nels a col­lec­tion of weird, high-def­i­ni­tion, melodic beats in the al­bum’s nine songs, prompt­ing Bill­board to call it “a playground of sound.” He says re-cre­at­ing key mu­si­cal mo­ments in a cur­rent and re­lat­able way was the goal in pro­duc­ing “Sky­wave.”

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