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Fairmont

With Below Jupiter and Cleveland Homegrown. 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 20, no cover. Verlie's Café, W. 46th St. and Storer Ave., 216-651-5713.

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Fairmont features two ex-members of Eyeball Records' Pencey Prep, the band that Frank Iero fronted before he joined My Chemical Romance. But there will be no makeup or operatic emoting on this night of rock and roll. "Basically, we'll melt your face off with our mesmerizing set of indie-rock bliss," says singer-guitarist Neil Sabatino. "We sound like good acts from the '90s used to sound, just three-piece, straightforward rock -- no eyeliner or fog machines or eight members standing on stage making extra noise. You hate fun and good music if you aren't there."

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