9 p.m. Saturday
Blue Note Lounge
2408 N. Robinson Ave.
Since 1997's "Boogie Nights," we have known that John C. Reilly could sing. Playing Reed Rothchild, we felt his heat, and as Dewey Cox, the actor/singer lets us feel a whole lot more.
"Walk Hard" is, of course, the album-opener, a hard-comedy-charging parody of "Walk the Line" by Johnny Cash, in which the Cox character talks about his upbringing and people's insistence that he not "walk so hard."
Jerry Lee Lewis is spoofed in "(Mama) You Got to Love Your Negro Man," a song that lampoons the black-musician-inspired life clich