Given his hard conservative bent, rights activists and legal experts alike fear that the confirmation of Samuel Alito as Sandra Day O'Connor's replacement on the Surpreme Court could jeopardize the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Planned Parenthood's Action Fund of Central North Carolina hopes to deter Alito's confirmation through fundraising and concomitant organization. Their Rock to Save Roe benefit on Saturday, Jan. 21 at Wetlands in Chapel Hill gathers three of the area's best together for the cause. The Old Ceremony channels Sinatra, Randy Newman and Astor Piazzolla through the sexy, sartorial songs of Django Haskins, and Tres Chicas--weeks away from the release of their second album--sing beautiful, lonesome and luscious. Destroyed by Kittens sounds something like Aimee Mann on a jangle bender. The show starts at 9 p.m and costs $10 ($8 for students and low-income workers).