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ELM, Peter Frampton, One Republic, Speedy Ortiz, A Great Big Pile of Leaves, and more

WEDNESDAY: ELM

, the local band that was until recently known as Segway, plays the 8x10 with

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Moogatu

and

Former Champions

.

Catherine Grason

plays acoustic at Joe Squared. Brit sensation

Jessie Ware

headlines Rams Head Live. The

Baltimore Boom Bap Society

makes the cipher complete at the Windup Space.

Don't miss:

The Ottobar's Foul Bowel Concert, a benefit for the Maryland/Delaware chapter of the Crohn's And Colitis Foundation of America, features performances from

Yesterday's War

,

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Kabob-O-Taj

, and more.

THURSDAY:

Transgenerational guitar-hero matchup at Pier Six Pavilion, part one:

Peter Frampton

and

B.B. King

come to town as part of Frampton's Guitar Circus. Masked Texas weirdos

Attic Ted

performs at the Golden West.

Keith Urban

gets rural at Merriweather Post Pavilion with

Little Big Town

and

Dustin Lynch

. Another country-radio staple, the

Eli Young Band

performs at Rams Head Live. Jazzy Brooklyn combo

Old Time Musketry

plays the Windup Space with

Talking Points

and

Snail Knights

.

Altered Mike Trio

performs in the Thursday night live music series at the Can Company in Canton.

Slim Cessna's Auto Club

gets Southern gothic by way of Denver at the Ottobar with local openers the

Sterling Sisters

. Boston trio

Trophy Lungs

perform at the Sidebar.

Don't miss:

An all-too-rare stadium concert comes to Baltimore when

Jay-Z

and

Justin Timberlake

bring their co-headlining tour to M&T Bank Stadium.

FRIDAY:

Middlebrow alternapop acts

One Republic

,

Mayer Hawthorne

, and

Serena Ryder

come to Pier Six Pavilion.

Teachers for Sale

play acoustic at Joe Squared. Texan hard-rockers

Ancient VVisdom

plays the Sidebar with the

Saint James Society

and

Bloody Hammers

.

Jonathan Badger

combines experimental music with video projections at the Windup Space.

Don't miss:

Critical-darling noise-rap duo

Death Grips

headline the Ottobar with openers

Pictureplane

.

SATURDAY:

The

Dave Janesh Trio

and

Dog Day Afternoon

get jazzy at Joe Squared. Pier Six Pavilion's Believe in Music Benefit features music from local favorite the

Bridge

and Grateful Dead tribute act the

Dark Star Orchestra

.

Jose James

combines jazz and hip-hop at Baltimore Soundstage. Rams Head Live hosts Bit Gen Gamer Fest 8, with video games as well as video game-themed music from

Rare Candy

, the

Megas

, and more. Rappers El-P and Killer Mike bring their collaborative project

Run the Jewels

to the 9:30 Club in Washington.

SUNDAY:

Mixfest 2013 brings a killer lineup of Baltimore DJs like

Sean Marshall

and

Rod Lee

to Paparazzi in the afternoon, and at night, veteran rapper

Styles P.

headlines the club. Singer-songwriters

Jason Isbell

and

Amanda Shires

co-headline Baltimore Soundstage. Unregistered Nurse presents a bill at the Ottobar including

Chain and the Gang

, featuring Washington, D.C. punk legend Ian Svenonius. Indie-rap group

Atmosphere

co-headlines Pier Six Pavilion with

Slightly Stoopid

.

Don't miss:

Baltimore Boredom #2, an experimental music night inspired by Japan's Tokyo Boredom, features performances from

Yoshiko Ohara

,

Abdu Ali

, the

Rubrics

, and more at Club K.

MONDAY:

This year's buzz band

Speedy Ortiz

headlines the Metro Gallery.

Don't miss:

98 Rock's Noise in the Basement celebrates its 10th anniversary with a live broadcast of their weekly concert at the Ottobar, with performances by

Loving the Lie

,

Rebel Inc.

,

Q Latina

, and more.

TUESDAY:

Transgenerational guitar-hero matchup at Pier Six Pavilion, part two:

George Thorogood

and

Buddy Guy

bring the blues from Delaware and Louisiana, respectively. West Coast punk quintet

Ceremony

plays the Ottobar with local oddballs

Ed Schrader's Music Beat

.

Adam Ant

beats his guests at the 9:30 Club in Washington.

WEDNESDAY:

Brooklyn indie-rockers

A Great Big Pile of Leaves

headlines the Ottobar with

Sugar Glyder

and

Sainthood Reps

.

John Rose

and

Ron Saxton

play at Joe Squared.

IN THE WINGS: J. Roddy Walston and the Business

have announced a big national tour for their highly anticipated new album,

Essential Tremors

, and Sept. 20 is the hometown date at Rams Head Live. (For more information, visit

or call [410] 244-1131.) Italian prog band

Goblin

, originally due to headline the Ottobar in June, has rescheduled the date for Oct. 4. (For more information, visit

or call [410] 662-0069.) Aussie rockers

Sick Puppies

play Baltimore Soundstage on Oct. 12. (For more information, visit

or call [410] 244-0057.)

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