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Week ahead: Xtina returns, Carole King and James Taylor revisit their glory days at Verizon Center

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In concert: Boomers, rejoice - Carole King and James Taylor hit Verizon Center Tuesday night for the first of their two June shows. The next one is June 23. Weirdo experimental-folk-electronic sister act CocoRosie performs at the Black Cat. Psych-rock troublemakers Brian Jonestown Massacare play at 9:30 club on Wednesday; the husband/wife duo of U.K. pub-rock survivor Wreckless Eric and Americana singer-songwriter Amy Rigby play at Black Cat. (Flashback: Wreckless Eric interview from 2008.) Reggae legend and recent Rock Hall inductee Jimmy Cliff is at Wolf Trap on Thursday. Patty Griffin brings her sublime voice to 9:30 on Saturday. "Slumdog Millionaire" musical breakout star A. R. Rahman performs at the Patriot Center on Sunday.

In stores: The indie-heavy "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" soundtrack - featuring Beck, Vampire Weekend and Band Of Horses hits stores. Christina Aguilera returns with "Bionic," her first album since 2006. Reviews on the blog tomorrow include new ones from country star Dierks Bentley, Congolese thumb piano stars Konono No. 1 and lo-fi fave Ariel Pink.

On TV: Sarah McLachlan pulls double duty this week, appearing on "Letterman" Tuesday and "Fallon" Thursday. Hole performs on "Leno" tonight and Jimmy Fallon has Phish on Wedneday.

By David Malitz  |  June 7, 2010; 7:00 PM ET
Categories:  Future days  | Tags: Christina Aguilera, James Taylor, Sarah McLachlan  
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