Rebirth Brass Band

Fresh off playing the halftime show at last weekend’s triumphant New Orleans Saints playoff game, the funky second-line horn ensemble is making another trip up river to squeeze in a two-night stand at its regular Minneapolis spot between its legendary hometown gigs at the Maple Leaf Bar every Tuesday. This time through includes a special Sunday gospel brunch that sold out fast. Sousaphonist/bandleader Phil Frazier and his Grammy-winning troupe marked their 35th anniversary in 2018 and don’t seem to be slowing one bit. (7 & 9:30 p.m. Sat., 11 a.m. & 7 p.m. Sun., the Dakota, 1010 Nicollet Mall, Mpls., $25-$45, dakotacooks.com.)

Chris Riemenschneider

Dwight Yoakam

Back in the ’80s, Yoakam, Steve Earle, k.d. lang and Lyle Lovett were touted as an exciting new crop in country music. All have enjoyed standout careers but only Yoakam would be classified as country these days. A thousand miles from today’s Nashville, he maintains a captivating Bakersfield-meets-the-Beatles groove, as witnessed on his two killer albums this decade and 2016’s commendable Appalachian-flavored “Swimmin’ Pools, Movie Stars,” which featured a bluegrass reading of “Purple Rain.” Always a thrilling live performer with his twisting legs and top-notch band, Yoakam will be making his first Twin Cities appearance in four years. (8 p.m. Sat. Mystic Lake, $39-$89, ticketmaster.com.)

Jon Bream