Thur update: Music at Brass Door, Double J on Facebook, Art Under a Hot Tin Roof, steamboat job fair, how servers read tables

1960s British Invasion cover band Jeffrey and the Pacemakers perform at the perfect Downtown spot for them Saturday night – the Cavern Club in the basement of the Brass Door. Lots of Beatles, Kinks, Animals, Donovan, and songs from other British bands of that era, as well as some American covers. Start time is 8 PM.

The Brass Door also has Amy LaVere in the Cavern tonight (8:30 PM, $5 cover) and Myla Smith tomorrow (4:30, main floor, no cover).

Our BBQ team sponsor Double J SmokeHouse and Saloon is now on Facebook. “Like” them here.

There will be an art show at Art Under a Hot Tin Roof tomorrow, February 24. Title is “Ben Caldwell: Forged Silver & Copper Bangles.” The artist will be present at the show. 4-9 PM. Art Under a Hot Tin Roof is at the corner of Main and Gayoso, next to the Blind Bear.

The Great American Steamboat had its job fair this week, and thousands applied for the 300 open positions. Read the story here on the Memphis Business Journal’s site. It takes a certain kind of personality to handle that 6 weeks on, 2 weeks off schedule, but you arrive back in town with your pocket full of money. Room and board are provided when on the boat, so there are very few expenses when working.

Lifehacker posted a very interesting Wall Street Journal article about how servers read their tables. More and more, they’re being trained to watch for body language and visual cues, and customize their service accordingly. If you dine out a lot, the article may give you some tips on how to act to get the service you desire.

Plans for tonight involve squeezing lots of limes into Dos Equis Lager. I’ll be at the Saucer around 6.