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Bay area hip hop trio T.M.P. (Too Much Pride) stages a red carpet album release party to mark the release of Business Before Pleasure, their debut full-length (pictured). 9 p.m., Hip Hop Soda Shop, Tampa, $10 (bring a canned good for Metropolitan Ministries, get $2 off).

Skipper's Smokehouse continues its monthly femme-centric Girlie Show concert series with host/local songstress Freight Train Annie. Tonight's show features sets by Clearwater folk singer Stephanie Anderson and Tampa folk duo Morgan and Wildflower. 8 p.m., $7, Tampa.

On the hunt for a job? Tre Amici @ The Bunker hosts a gathering where unemployed locals can get help prettying up their resumes, develop job-seeking skills, learn how to better prepare for interviews and job fairs, and network with other similarly employment-afflicted locals. 7-9 p.m., free, Ybor City.

A new one-man off-Broadway show, Dixie's Tupperware Party, makes a stop at Ruth Eckerd Hall's Murray Studio Theatre for a four-night run of shows that begins tonight. 8 p.m., $35, Clearwater.

The USF Percussion/Marimba ensembles — which generally perform classical music written by living composers from around the world — present their Fall Concert. 8 p.m., College of Visual and Performing Arts Theatre II, $15 adults/$10 students and seniors, USF Tampa.

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