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Week ahead: Everything Bieber

BieberThere comes a time in every young boy's life when he releases his first solo album. That day is Tuesday for Justin Bieber. (Edward M. Pio Roda)

In concert: It's SXSW leftover/sellout week here in D.C. The 9:30 club is sold out all week for a pair of shows by Spoon, then Miike Snow and Ben Folds. But Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa and SXSW standout Yelawolf will be there on Saturday and you can still go there. Baltimore's Beach House sold out the Black Cat Friday but don't worry - you can catch Baltimore's Wye Oak over at the Rock and Roll Hotel where they will be opening for Shearwater. Joanna Newsom plays two sold-out shows at 6th and I Synagogue tonight and Tuesday. Country crooner Jack Ingram is at the Birchmere on Wednesday while perennial chart-topper Alicia Keys visits Verizon Center on Thursday. Jammin' Java has a couple of good ones with Joseph Arthur on Thursday and Sarah Borges on Friday. And Saturday features an indie rock showdown between The Soft Pack at the Black Cat vs. the triple-bill of Woods, Real Estate and Surf City at Rock and Roll Hotel.

In stores: All that really matters is Bieber. Well, there are also new ones from She & Him, Goldfrapp and while we don't often mention DVDs, you would be wise to check out "The T.A.M.I. Show Collector's Edition."

On TV: Again, one word: Bieber. He'll be on "Letterman" Tuesday. The Clientele will somehow be on "Fallon" on Wednesday while Rodrigo y Gabriela visit "Leno" on Tuesday.

By David Malitz  |  March 22, 2010; 6:45 PM ET
Categories:  Future days  | Tags: Alicia Keys, Justin Bieber, The Soft Pack, Yelawolf  
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