It’s only the first week of Lent, but this art party — organized by the folks at Plowhaus Gallery — is a veritable Easter basket of goodies. Sure, headliner Warren Pash co-wrote the Hall and Oates hit “Private Eyes,” but he’s also a veteran performer whose solo work leans toward The Byrds and Big Star. If he isn’t enough to get you out on a school night, Matt Moody and his wife Mandy Peitz-Moody will release their latest joint project — a book of full-color prints of Mandy’s paintings, along with a CD featuring specially reworked recordings of the songs that inspired them, which Matt and friends will perform live. Pash and Moody will share the stage with rocket-fueled Vietnam-era rockers Blackfoot Gypsies, gnarly experimental punx MurderVet, and Ned Evett, who customizes his guitars with handmade glass fingerboards. Also on display will be work by renowned photographer Keith Carter, known for his surreal black-and-white work. —STEPHEN TRAGESER
Rumor has it that local songstress Tristen might even pop in for support on a song or two at some point. Doors at 6, bands start after 7. There's still time, you can make it!