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by Ryan Snyder

Today at Center City Park, neo-traditionalist folk duo Dana and Susan Robinson entertain at Tunes at Noon. Tonight at the Blind Tiger, DC hard rockers Super Bob promise to leave you feeling violated and disturbed. And then they’ll play some music for you.

Thursday’s show by psycho-punks Nekromantix at Greene Street Club has been moved to the Blind Tiger, where they’ll be joined by the Brains, Transylvania Transport Co. and Switchblade 85. The Deluge pour on the roots rock at the Old Winston Social Club, the bluesy House of Dues kicks of a new series at Center City Park.

Big Daddy Love celebrates the release of their new album at Ziggy’s on Friday with the help of very special guest Jim Lauderdale, and the Old One-Two wild out at Glenwood Coffee and Books. If there were Razzies for music videos, Rittz’s “White Jesus” would be a shoo-in. The bushy-headed rapper is at at Greene Street Club with the Iconoclast Crew and associates. Big Something jams at Blue Bourbon Jack’s and at the Blind Tiger, Tuesday’s Gone is the second best Lynyrd Skynyrd cover band behind Lynyrd Skynyrd. If there’s one show to see tonight, however, it’s the Numbers with Revolution Mill and Deadbeat Darlings at the Garage.

Roots rocker Corey Smith performs at Ziggy’s on Saturday with the pride of Reidsville, American Aquarium, in support.

Who’s Bad does good MJ at the Blind Tiger. There’s music by Cashman and Inner Harbor at the Flatiron, while actor/ singer Tyler Hilton plays the Clubhouse with William King. There’s three guitars, three voices with Aren Blake, Xoe Wise and Laila Nur at the Green Bean. At the Garage, the Martha Bassett Band with Channing & Quinn tickle the ears, and don’t bring your cats around My Cousin Walt at Krankies Coffee.

Cowboy Mouth are back once again on Sunday, this time at Ziggy’s, and Emily Stewart & the Baby Teeth play some sad songs with Samantha Harlow and Aquariums at the Green Bean. Lastly, reflect upon the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11 with Walrus, Imperial Blend and the Family at the Blind Tiger.

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