No April Fool's Day jokes here. Just good shows to see this weekend. More stuff over at the RFT's main music page.
Friday Shagy Kennedy Memorial Show @ Fubar All details about the celebration/memorial show are at Diana Benanti's post about the Everything Went Black guitarist.
What Happened Tomorrow Tour @ The Fox Hole at Atomic Cowboy Steddy P and DJ Mahf just released a new album, What Happened Tomorrow. (Download there when you click!) The pair's tour kicks off tonight. With Fer De Lance, Farout, Liquor Store Bandits. 9 p.m. $7. 21-plus.
Flesh Vehicle @ The Firebird The garage-y side project of Superdrag's Tom Pappas. With Tok, One Lone Car, Damned Holy Rollers. 9 p.m. $10.
moe. @ The Pageant The long-running jam band returns to town. 8 p.m. $25.
7 Walkers @ Old Rock House The new band of former Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann, which also features guitarist/vocalist Papa Mali, bassist George Porter Jr. and multi-instrumentalist Matt Hubbard. 8 p.m. $23. 21-plus. Saturday: Everest @ The Firebird The faves of Neil Young preview songs from their third album. Read our interview with bassist Elijah Thomson. With Derrick Streibig. 8 p.m. $10 to $12.
Danny McClain Benefit @ Floating Laboratories The Grand Ulena drummer passed away earlier this week. To help defray funeral costs, Joe Raglani has set up a benefit show featuring Brain Transplant, Spelling Bee, Aryan Cringe (Josh Levi), Kevin Harris & Alberto Patino and DJ Ghost Ice. (Raglani's also performing.) All details can be found here. 10 p.m.
Ocean Rivals CD Release @ The Gramophone Local rock & rollers release a new album, Summer's Dogs. With Troubadour Dali and The Feed. 9 p.m. 21-plus: $5, 18-21: $7.
Sebadoh @ Off Broadway The '90s indie faves tour in support of reissues of Bakesale and Harmacy. With Richard Buckner, Colour Revolt. 9 p.m. 21-plus: $15 in advance, $17 day of show. Under 21: $18, $20 day of show.
Former Thieves @ The Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center Raging post-hardcore from Iowa. With Xerxes, Sore Throat Syndrome, In Transit. 8 p.m. $5.
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