This week’s Wave

American Rebels perform a song by Duluth band Low during Thursday’s “Duluth Does Low” tribute to the band, which has been together for 20 years. The show at Sacred Heart Music Center included about 25 bands and solo performers, with each putting their own spin on a handpicked Low song. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Music Resource Center, which gives students in grades 6-12 the opportunity to explore music through instruction and hands-on experience in music performance, recording and the music business. (Steve Kuchera /

This week’s Wave roundup comes a day late, but it’s still relevant, so. Here’s what you will find in yesterday’s Wave (Raid your neighbor’s recycling bin! Or just look at the internet! It’s still there!):

Well, you either went to this or you didn’t. But bunches of local musicians channeled a locally-based longtime band during the “Duluth Does Low” show at Sacred Heart Music Center. It was a fundraiser for the Music Resource Center. Here’s why some of the musicians picked the songs they did.

This week’s Best Bets include: Keri Noble at Sacred Heart, Rubber Chicken Theater presents its holiday revue, how about a little Elvis with your Christmas?, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy plays Black Bear.

A&E Notes include the headliner for the first night of Bayfront Blues Festival (Los Lonely Boys), TobyMac will play Amsoil in February, limited-edition Charlie Parr album to be released, Big Top auctioning off musician-related swag and announces more summer shows.

Music reviewer Tony Bennett kicks around Roky Erickson.

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