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MUSIC CHATTER

Down, Dirty, helpful

Just like everyone else, the guys in Dirty Murphy have been pretty shaken by recent events. And, as can be expected, they've decided to deal with their feelings through music. Dirty Murphy, along with Dean Bell and No U Turn, perform at 8 p.m. today in the Central Park Grill. The $5 minimum door fee will be donated to the Spirit of Western New York Fund to benefit the families of rescue workers lost in the Sept. 11 tragedies. "There are so many scary things going on right now we really felt like we needed to do something. We figured the best thing was to bring people together to have some fun and do something to help care for others at the same time," said Dirty Murphy's Tony Visco. CPG is located at 2519 Main St.

Busy boys

The Jer Hoyle Treeo is back in the swing of things for the fall. The group has a busy weekly schedule with the following regular dates: Mondays in Gillies Sports Bar, 1866 Colvin Blvd., Town of Tonawanda; Wednesdays in Liars Nightclub, 47 W. Chippewa St.; and Thursdays in Mickey Callahans, 5450 Southwestern Blvd., Hamburg. All shows start at 10 p.m. As always, Jeremy Hoyle and Strictly Hip perform Sundays in the Crocodile Bar, 88 W. Chippewa St.

On the Net

WBNY is live on the Net. The station has launched its new Web site, complete with Webcasting. Check out: www.wbny.buffalostate.edu

Short spins

The waiting is over for Palomar Sky Survey fans. The indie-rock trio has finally released the long-awaited CD "The Nightlife" and is heading out on the road in support of the new material with stops in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. . . . The Parlor Squares perform at 9 p.m. Saturday in Spot Coffee, corner of Delaware and Chippewa. . . . Original Skin performs two sets tonight in Niagara University's Rathskellar Cafe in Clet Hall. The Woodroes open at 9 p.m. The show is 18-and-over; admission is $5 to nonstudents.

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