It's the last Sunday of the month and you know what that means: It's another "episode" of Romo Tonight Live. Now in its second "season," the live, unscripted variety show carries the late night tradition of Letterman, Conan and more but in a hyperlocal context with a line-up of Tucsonan guests. Last we talked to host Steven Romo, though, he said he's looking to bring his show online and broaden to a bigger audience. That's why this month's musical guest is kind of a big deal.
On Saturday, Sept. 27, Romo will have the Monotonix's Yonatan Gat as the closing act, opening the show up outside of the scope of Arizona. Gat is known for his expressive Israeli guitar melodies, which helped shape the unique voice of the Monotonix. Now with his own band, Gat will surely add another level to Romo's show, which already has magic tricks, interviews and the house band, Dirty P and the Thunderchiefs, on the bill. You can catch it all at The Flycatcher (340 E. Sixth St.) starting at 9 p.m. Since this show features a touring act, the price is raised from $5 to $10. It is a 21 and over event.