EASY BEING GREEN
Cincinnati garage-rock outfit The Greenhornes plays the Hi-Tone Café. The group, which features Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler of Raconteurs fame, is touring in support of its fourth and latest album, Four S tars. Local combo Bake Sale opens the show. Before the U.S. had even entered World War II, Charlie Chaplin fought Der Führer — with laughter, not guns — in “The Great Dictator,” the 1940 classic in which a poor Jewish barber (Chaplin) is mistaken for Adenoid Hynkel, dictator of Tomania and would-be ruler of the world. The screening concludes the recent Chaplin retrospective at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. 7 p.m. Admission: $8, or $6 for museum members. Visit brooksmuseum.org.