Hip-Hop

Tanya Morgan

When: Thu., March 10 2011

"The Rap Pack, but there's no mobsters, champagne and stacks." So says the earnest hip-hop group Tanya Morgan, which started when two members in Cincinnati and Brooklyn met on okayplayer.com message boards, and traded files with a third on AOL Instant Messenger. "Thank Gotti" they did, because the crew (downsized to a duo for this tour and a new album), along with TiRon and DJ Low Key, are performing at the Black Sheep (2106 E. Platte Ave., blacksheeprocks.com) at 8 tonight. It's $12 ($10 if you're 21-plus), which is hardly a stack. Also tonight: Blues Traveler's frontman showcases his side project when John Popper and the Duskray Troubadours play SODO Nightclub (527 S. Tejon St., sodonightlife.com). The 18-plus show starts at 9, and tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Entry to the VIP after-party meet-and-greet at McCabe's Tavern is $65 a pop(per). — Eric Calder

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