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Next, let’s chat about Brown Bags, a band I’d call Santa Rosa’s best-kept secret. The four-piece band writes wonderful songs full of honest and profound lyrics.

The record “Twenty-Something Mutant Nobodies” has been in the works since early last year, and the band has spent a long time gearing up for the release by paying attention to even the smallest of details, including the album art. A listen to “Walnuts” and “(Not) Again” will quickly result with the songs stuck in your head, perfect for a punk-rock sing-along.

When: 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26

Where: The Arlene Francis Center, 99 Sixth St, Santa Rosa

Admission: $10- $15

Information: arlenefranciscenter.org

Help us keep the beat. Write Estefany at nightbeats@pressdemocrat.com

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