Free Tickets for Le Freak/M80's Tonight at House of Blues

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These fine-looking gentlemen are Le Freak, the Metroplex's premier disco-era cover (or, sorry, "tribute") band, sort of like Houston's Disco Expressions with better wigs and fewer personnel. They and their North Texas buds the M80's - aka Molly and the Ringwalds with Bowie wigs and no women - are taking time off from rocking D/FW-area hot spots like Cape Buffalo, the Glass Cactus and 8.0 Bar to play House of Blues tonight at 7 p.m.

Conveniently, the Press has a stack of free tickets thicker than Neil Bogart's money clip - that's the dude who founded primo disco label Casablanca Records, btw - at the front desk, so come and get 'em. Office closes at 6 p.m. 

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