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Week ahead: Salem gets creepy; Drake lands in D.C.; Chuck Brown makes his late night TV debut

salemScary mood music from Michigan: Salem's new album is out Tuesday. (Miguel Villalobos)

By Chris Richards

If you buy one album tomorrow, make it: "King Night," the latest from Michigan creepazoids Salem. It sounds like the synth-laden soundtrack to our most nightmarish daydreams -- and you need something to play at your Halloween party, right?

If you go to one show this week, make it: Soon-to-be-household-name Drake when he performs at DAR Constitution Hall on Saturday. And then go see him again on Sunday.

And if you stay up late to watch one artist on TV this week, make it: Washington's "Godfather of Go-Go," Chuck Brown, when he visits Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday. At age 74, Brown will be making his late night television debut. And be sure to check Click Track tomorrow at noon for an interview with the man himself.

By Chris Richards  | September 27, 2010; 4:45 PM ET
Categories:  Future days  | Tags:  Chuck Brown, Drake, Salem  
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