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HighlightsRock/Pop George Sarah & String Trio, Jon Hershfield at M Bar, 1/14Ronnie Mack’s Barndance Anniversary Blast: Mike Stinson, Lisa Finnie, many more at El Cid, 1/17, 8:30p.m.The Boneshakers with Sweet Pea Atkinson at Harvelle’s, 1/13 Dengue Fever at Temple Bar, 1/16 Geoff Muldaur at McCabe’s, 1/14 Rodney Crowell, Will Kimbrough at The Troubadour, 1/18 John Doe, Tom Brosseau, Jill Sobule at Largo, 1/12   Mellowdrone, Shaker Down, Magnus Eliassen at Spaceland, 1/12 Matt Jones & The Black Lung Insurgents at The Knitting Factory, 1/18   Abigail Washburn at The Craft & Folk Art Museum, 1/15.  5814 Wilshire Blvd., L.A., (818)785-3839. Joe Purdy’s Late Night Juke Joint Jamboree at Hotel Café, Hollywood, 1/14, 11p.m.  Six String Strumming & Picking Night with David Barlia (Uke Dave), Dave Jones & Tom Marion, Dutch Newman & The Melodians, Tracy Newman, Lorie Dowell, Doug Newman at The Talking Stick, 1/12, 7:30p.m.

Jazz/Classical   Benny Golson Quartet at The Jazz Bakery, 1/12 – 1/15   “Mr. Z” Zaxariades, Andy Howe, Joel Hamilton, Ken Park, Gustavo Garcia at The Vic, 1/12, 8p.m. & 10 p.m. Jouyssance Early Music Ensemble and Jouyssance des Instruments present A Visit from La Befana: an Italian Twelfth Night at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 1/15, 5p.m. 958 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica.  (626)568-9022. The John James Quartet with John James, Joe Gaeta, Peter Marshall and Gene Stone at Schatzi on Main, 1/18 7- 11pm. 3110 Main St., Santa Monica.   Late Night Jazz: Marin Jazz Ensemble at The Vic, 1/12, 12 a.m. – 2 a.m.   Stolen Fish at The Baked Potato, 1/18, 3787 Cahuenga Blvd., Studio City LA Gospel Jubilee: Meloni Matthews at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 1/15, 5p.m. Includes “classical Negro Spirituals, contemporary Spirituals,  Arias from the popular ortorial ‘Handel’s Messiah” and other others as well as another special treat: Spirituals written by the Duke, himself, Duke Ellington.”

Readings / Performance   Paul Zaloom: The Mother of All Enemies World Premiere at The Redcat, 1/18.  “Wickedly funny puppeteer and satirist gives new meaning to the term ‘shadow government’ with his latest whirlwind spectacle, a politicized update of the traditional Middle Eastern ‘Zaragoz’ shadow play.  Using a glut of low-rent special effects, Zaloom plays out a frenetically comic epic in which his Karagoz, a queer-secular humanist-Quaker-Buddhist-agnostic Arab immigrant artist, somehow outfoxes a horde of pursuing adversaries made up of Homeland Security, Al Qaeda, the Statue of Liberty, the Christian Coalition, Minutemen vigilantes, and Israeli and Syrian agents.” Walt Disney Concert Hall, W. 2nd St., Downtown L.A.  More info: www.redcat.org.   Barbara Seranella at Duttons Brentwood, 12/18   William Winoker at Barnes & Noble, 1/17, 7:30p.m.  1201 3rd St. Promenade, Santa Monica Lenny Bruce: In His Own Words at Uncabaret, 1/14, 8 p.m. (1253 N. Vine, L.A.) Kate Chopin: The Awakening at The Santa Monica Literature Book Club, 1/14, 11a.m. 2101 Ocean Park Blvd., Santa Monica  

The Week Ahead  

Thursday, January 12   Jessie Payo at Molly Malone’s   Han Bennink, Mark Dresser, Mary Oliver at Cryptonight (Club Tropical) Clean Prophets, The Moon Upstairs, The Moon Rats, Morris Tepper at The Echo The Slow Signal Fade, Box Violet at The Silverlake Lounge Kristin Hersh, Lauren Shera at Tangier Truly Acoustic: I See Hawks In L.A. at Cole’s, 9p.m., Downtown L.A., Free. Duane Jarvis & Los Flacos, Rich McCulley & The Brown Eyed Handsome Men at The Cinema Bar Pabst Blue Ribbon Night at Bigfoot Lodge  

Friday, January 13   The Ditty Bops at McCabe’s Dead Machines, John Wiese, Damion Romero, Dead Machines at Il Corral Under 21: Fuck You! A Showcase of Radical Youth: The Next Generation with Horse Head, Mitya, Mitya, Oxalis, Plague of Dandelions, Whitman at The Smell Spindrift, Crooked Cowboy, Love Drunks at The Echo Saints & Sinners pre-Grand Opening at Saints & Sinners, 10899 Venice Blvd., W.L.A. (310)842-8066 Kristin Hersh, The Good Listeners at Tangier Black Black, La Bella Ruse at El Cid DJ Smokey P. at Bigfoot Lodge Sin City’s Sweet Salvation Friday with surprise guest at The Mint Janiva Magness at Cozy’s

Saturday, January 14   DJ Grimm at Bigfoot Lodge   Amadans, Saccharine Trust at Mr. T’s Bowl DIY Festival: Mr. and Mrs. Tribute to Ugliness (San Diego), My Little Red Toe, Strip Mall Seizures (Berkeley), Weird Weeds (Austin) at The Smell Nels Cline, White Out at Spaceland Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend at The Funkhouse, 1/14.  5657 Melrose Ave., L.A. (323)467-4068. Stolkholm at The Echo Holly Brook at Tangier Café R&B at Harvelle’s Rhett Miller at Largo Teddy Lee Hooker at Cozy’s

Sunday, January 15   Movie Guy presents Dangerous Stranger at Bigfoot Lodge Bird Show, Greg Davis, Dublab, Gowns ((featuring members of The Mae Shi and Amps For Christ), Indian Jewelry, Sebastian Roux at The Echo   Slings, Spider, Rusty Like, Annie Bethancourt at Tangier Al Kooper at McCabe’s, 1/15 Carlos Guitarlos at Liquid Kitty, 1/15 The Fallen Stars at The Rainbow Room, Hollywood

Monday, January 16   Rock n’ Roll Karaoke at Bigfoot Lodge Oliver Future at The Viper Room   Ear Orchard: Andrew Campbell Group at Club Tropical Viva K., Editors at Spaceland.  FREE. Libbie Schrader, Jason Nesmith at Tangier Meho Plaza, A For Attack, Nitris at The Silverlake Lounge.  FREE Reeve Carney at Molly Malone’s, 8p.m. All Star Pro Jam at Harvelle’s

Tuesday, January 17   Girls Night Out presents Mixtape at Bigfoot Lodge   Antarticans at The Silverlake Lounge Daniel Lanois with Mother Superior at Spaceland The Open Mike Andrews at Tangier

Wednesday, January 18 Club London Calling at Bigfoot Lodge   Living Things at Spaceland Visitors Q, The Brokedown at The Silverlake Lounge Watkins Family Hour at LargoDeep Eddy at Harvelle’s

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