When: Wed., Oct. 23 2013

Remember Bradley Nowell's words about the man's impact: "In school they never taught 'bout hamburgers or steak / Elijah Muhammad or the welfare state / But I know / And I know because of KRS-ONE," he sings in Sublime's 1992 tribute to the Bronx emcee. But if you don't, see the Teacha at 8 tonight at the Black Sheep (2106 E. Platte Ave., blacksheeprocks.com, all ages, $25). Just don't look for him anywhere else: "I don't want corporate, you know, I just don't want it," he told WHO?MAG TV in September. "If the radio ever played my music, I would sue them. And they know it." — Bryce Crawford

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