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Week ahead: Wale's proteges to storm U Hall; The Band Perry makes its cute-creepy debut; My Morning Jacket dominates late night television


Fat Trel and Black Cobain perform at U Street Music Hall on Tuesday. (Courtesy of the artist)

By Chris Richards

If you go to one concert this week, make it:

The Board Administration -- a new rap-R&B-go-go crew operating under the aegis of Washington's Wale. Rappers Fat Trel and Black Cobain, singer Tiara Thomas and go-go troupe UCB will perform on the early side Tuesday evening at U Street Music Hall.

If you buy one album tomorrow, make it:

The self-titled debut disc from the Band Perry. With their wonderful single "If I Die Young," the Alabama-bred siblings discover the intersection of cute and macabre.

And if you stay up late to watch one artist on TV this week, make it:

Southern rock heroes My Morning Jacket when they visit David Letterman on Tuesday. And if you miss it, catch them on Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday.

By Chris Richards  | October 11, 2010; 3:30 PM ET
Categories:  Future days  | Tags:  Black Cobain, Fat Trel, My Morning Jacket, The Band Perry, Tiara Thomas, UCB, Wale  
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The self-titled debut disc from the Band Perry. With their wonderful single "If I Die Young," the Alabama-bred siblings discover the intersection of cute and macabre.

Trying to understand how the hit single from The Band Perry is cute and 'macabre'?? Didn't hear anything sick about it!

Posted by: iheartu | October 11, 2010 5:49 PM | Report abuse

Well, it might not be sick, but it's definitely about death.

Posted by: ChrisRichards | October 12, 2010 3:31 PM | Report abuse

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