“It's that kind of room where you could do a local in here and have 100 people show up and it'll be comfortable, or you could do a smaller national or a regional act and do 300 and people would be having a good time, a good vibe …” Tom DeGeorge said in the 2006 CL article introducing his co-venture, Crowbar, to the public. Back then he explained he didn’t want to get pigeonholed into hosting any set type of music. “I want to do an array. ... so I think if we start with that mentality and bring in all types of music -- we want to be a music venue and we want to be a place where people can hang out when we don't have bands; they can either be in there listening to music or chill out here and relax.” So far he’s succeeded; the Ybor watering hole/music venue/hang spot has established a significant presence in the scene and serves a diversity of music fans and their favored genres. Crowbar celebrates its durability with a double header of South Florida jams led by The Heavy Pets. The Ft. Lauderdale-based quintet just issued a Two Horses EP with a few new tracks; “Last Babies” has indie rock appeal, its pacing, lead vocal phrasing and lyrical matter reminiscent of Modest Mouse, but amped up with fuzzed-out basslines, while “Keep Me Running” is more straightforward groove and prog-oriented rock.