Aug. 31: Marco Antonio Solis at Patriot Center
The Mexican pop musician performs. (Teresita Chavarria, AFP photo /May 18, 2004)
Here's our round-up of the week's most notable concerts. For more shows, check out FindLocal. Ticket prices do not reflect any additional surcharges and taxes.
On Monday, the avant-country act Lambchop plays Rams Head on Stage for the first time ($20).
On Tuesday, Detroit's the Black Dahlia Murder plays Rams Head Live ($18). !!! and Shabazz Palaces will bring eclectic sounds to Sonar ($13/$15). Promising pop-punk act the Wonder Years plays the Ottobar ($13).
On Wednesday, the San Diego quartet Augustana performs at Rams Head Live ($20). Fang Island performs at Metro Gallery ($10).
On Thursday, Portugal. the Man plays Rams Head Live ($20). Men at Work's Colin Hay performs a solo set at Baltimore Soundstage ($30/$35). Sharon Van Etten and Flock of Dimes (Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner's solo project) play the Ottobar ($12). The Bacon Brothers (including Kevin, of course) kick-off a two-night, four-set stint at Rams Head on Stage ($49.50 each night).
On Friday, Electric Six (remember "Gay Bar"?) plays Metro Gallery ($12). Singer-songwriter Kina Grannis plays Baltimore Soundstage ($15/$17).
On Saturday, GWAR plays Sonar ($20/$23). Clear For Takeoff plays Baltimore Soundstage ($7/$10).
On Sunday, AER plays a rescheduled date at Baltimore Soundstage ($10/$12). WAR plays Rams Head on Stage at 5 and 8 p.m. ($39.50).
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