Bluesman Grayson Capps chronicles the same Dirty South that made Larry Brown's writing so compelling. Channeling the likes of Brown and Flannery O'Connor, Grayson cozies up to hill country blues, New Orleans shuffles, and roots rock on his latest disc, The Lost Cause Minstrels. Capps plays the sort of ragged-but-right music that goes down well with a few drinks in a favorite neighborhood watering hole, and tonight, he plays Fells Point's ultimate neighborhood bar, 1919 (1919 Fleet Street). It's a perfect match, one that promises to be one of those "that's what I'm talking about" evenings that stretches into the wee hours and includes watching the sunrise and grabbing breakfast somewhere. So go ahead and think up an excuse for calling in sick tomorrow. Music starts around 9 pm and be sure to check out proprietor Sally Hutchins' photos which are plastered all over the walls of the bar (including the rest rooms).