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Waverly Giant, Journey, The Hold Steady, and more

WEDNESDAY: Bosley

wears scuzzy, old school soul as comfortably as a cheap suit at the Metro Gallery. The

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Waverly Giant

, presumably named after the local grocery store, plays the Sidebar with

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Electric Fireworks

and

Sun Club

. Indie-folk combo the

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Woolly Moon

is at the Windup Space with

Food Will Win the War

.

Don't miss:

The

Mountain Goats

may treat the Ottobar to a cover of "Love in an Elevator."

THURSDAY:

All-female hip-hop band

Mzery Loves Company

hits the Ottobar with

Grand Creez

and

Reaper's Twin

.

Liz Meredith

holds an album-release party at An die Musik.

Silversun Pickups

still remind people of the Smashing Pumpkins at Rams Head Live. Red Maple's weekly Visionnaire party welcomes Basque

El_Txef_A

to America. The

Cedar Fires

gaze at their shoes at the Sidebar with

Ladycop

and

Turning Violet

.

Donna the Buffalo

brings zydeco to the Recher Theatre. Canadian power-pop institution

Sloan

plays backstage at the Black Cat in Washington, D.C.

Don't miss:

Morgan State University's homecoming concert features a killer bill of current urban-radio hitmakers

2 Chainz

,

Miguel

, and

Elle Varner

.

FRIDAY:

Rose Moraes

pays tribute to Antonio Carlos Jobim at Creative Alliance at the Patterson. Local alt rappers

A Cool Stick

plays the 8x10 with

Ground Up

. The

Tessa Souter Trio

performs vocal jazz at An die Musik. 98 Rock presents strip club-loving Chad Kroeger disciples

My Darkest Days

at Rams Head Live. Rhode Island frat-rap sensation

Mike Stud

headlines Baltimore Soundstage.

Don't miss:

The Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center holds a concert to celebrate

Dr. Joseph D. Howell

and his new album,

Jazz Clarinet Now

.

SATURDAY:

All that jazz all over town tonight:

Ella's Umbrella

at the Towson Unitarian Universalist Church,

Jeff Antoniuk and the Jazz Update

at An die Musik, the

Dave Janesh Trio

at Joe Squared Station North, and

Joe Falero and DC Latin Jazz All Stars

at the Patterson. Turbo Negro tribute band

Apocalypse Dudes

play the Sidebar with

Copstabber

,

Nervous Impulse

, and

Mandroids

. Boston duo

Sonnymoon

plays the Soft House. Deep cut-friendly cover band

Hectic Red

celebrates 25 years together at the Recher Theatre.

SUNDAY: Journey

plays the One Night One Show One Cause benefit for the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center at the Lyric Opera House. The

Brentano String Quartet

plays works by Haydn and Brahms at the Johns Hopkins University Shriver Hall.

Small Sur

, who once toured the country with a kick drum that belongs to the Short List, plays the Metro Gallery with

Dark Dark Dark

and the wildly inventive

Emily Wells

.

By Grace

plays a CD-release party at the Ottobar with

For the Weakened

. The

Phil Ravita Jazz Band

looks back on the jazz of 1959 in a free show at An die Musik.

Phillip Greenlief

and

Susan Alcorn

make new jazz at the Windup Space.

Ryan Bingham

, who won an Oscar for his work on the film

Crazy Heart

, plays Rams Head Live.

MONDAY:

98 Rock's Noise in the Basement showcases local bands at Baltimore Soundstage. Veteran punk bassist

Mike Watt

plays his thunder broom backstage at the Black Cat in Washington.

TUESDAY:

The

Hold Steady

brings less rock, more talk to the Ottobar. The

Alchemy Duo

performs music for saxophone and voice at An die Musik. One-time blues-guitar prodigy all-grown-up

Jonny Lang

plays Baltimore Soundstage. Rap/rock one-hit-wonders of 2008

Flobots

hilariously continue to exist at the Recher Theatre. Tonight's

Out Of Your Head

collective

lineup at the Windup Space includes John Dierker.

Don't miss:

Philadelphia rhyme animal and former Roc-A-Fella star

Freeway

keeps it flowin' at the 5 Seasons.

WEDNESDAY:

Earth Entertainment presents the Next Up Artist Showcase at Baltimore Soundstage.

Pat Lambdin

sings the blues at Joe Squared Inner Harbor. Charm City indie superstars

Beach House

plays a sold-out show at the 9:30 Club in Washington.

Don't miss:

The Windup Space holds the Baltimore Electronic Music 2012 Fallfest Concert, featuring the

Megadrives

,

Azarbayejani

, and more.

IN THE WINGS:

Death-metal vets

Deicide

heads to Baltimore Soundstage on Nov. 6. (For more information, visit baltimoresoundstage.com or call [410] 244-0057.) Psych-rock founding father

Roky Erickson

will teach the kids how it's done at the Ottobar on Nov. 11. (For more information, visit theottobar.com or call [410] 662-0069.) And whoever calls themselves the

Misfits

now will be needing your skull at the Recher Theatre on Dec. 6. (For more information, visit rechertheatre.com or call [410] 337-7178.)

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