Tue. Nov. 24 | Justin Champlin's masked, meat-covered pop-punk persona (think Dr. Frank N. Furter fronting the Ramones) is the panties-wearing rock 'n' roll answer to too-serious, dudes-in-denim lo-fi greaseballs. New Orleans psychedelic rock band Trance Farmers and garage punks Repulsars and Castro Clones open at 10 p.m. at Siberia.
Fri. Nov. 27 | No longer young, Jeezy buttons up on his new Church in These Streets (Def Jam), a 19-track sermon-trap blessed with the twin divinities of filling pews and buckling floorboards. DJ Drama opens at 10 p.m. at House of Blues.
Sat. Nov. 28 | This Classic Weekend Jam follows Rick Ross (whose forthcoming Black Market features cameos by Mary J. Blige and Mariah Carey) with remix source material Yo Gotti ("Down in the DM"). Boosie BadAzz opens at 8 p.m. at UNO Lakefront Arena.
Alvin Youngblood Hart
and Stu Cole
Sun. Nov. 29 | Oxford, Mississippi's blues troubadour, Jimbo Mathus, is joined by his fellow former Squirrel Nut Zipper Stuart Cole and country bluesman Alvin Youngblood Hart. At 9 p.m. at Chickie Wah Wah.