The Daily Fact: Happy 75th, Frank!
1:30 p.m., Main Assembly Room, City County Building
On the monthly agenda: that pesky East County Sector Plan, and historic overlay for the old South High School.
5 p.m., Small Assembly Room, City County Building
City Council members will hear ideas on how to redesign Henley Street to make it more friendly to people not traveling 45 mph.
WDVX Blue Plate Special: Paul Cataldo and Treva Blomquist
Noon, Knoxville Visitor Center. Free.
Sincere guitar guy from just over the mountains in N.C., and a likable Nashville folkie.
6 p.m., Preservation Pub. Free.
Twangy indie-folk, or folky indie-twang, from a duo and a band both based in Northern California.
7 p.m., Market Square. Free.
The second Sundown show of the year answers the question, "Whatever happened to Better Than Ezra?"
7:30 p.m., Clarence Brown Theatre. Free-$35.
CBT's revival of the Meredith Wilson musical. Count the trombones.
7:30 p.m., Maryville Greenbelt. Free.
The KSO in an outdoor show, including selections from Mozart and Rossini. Bring chairs and/or blankets.
8 p.m., Bijou Theatre. $25.
Fingerpicking guitar wizard will wow you if you're in the mood (and possibly lull you to a nap, if you're not).
8 p.m., Side Splitters Comedy Club. $15-$17.
Boston comic riffs on his troubled childhood.
8 p.m., the Valarium. $16-$21.
Veteran Cali metal band is riding a new wave of popularity. With local metallers opening.
8 p.m., Tin Roof. $5.
The acoustic set features Brian Davis, Chase Rice, and Florida-Georgia Line.