Women Jazz All Stars: Versatile Twin Cities vocalist Patty Peterson leads an ensemble of local ladies including Yolanda Bruce, Liz Draper, Sheila Earley, Mary Louise Knutson and Sue Orfield. (7:30 p.m. Fri. Crooners, $20-$25)

Tumblin' Dice: We didn't get one of the Rolling Stones' U.S. stadium tour dates this year, but at least we do have a reliable Twin Cities-based Stones tribute band, which has been rolling strong for 15 years now and features members of the Jones Gang and Kung-Fu Hippies. (9 p.m. Fri., Cabooze, $8.)

Birthday Suits: The locally adored noise-punk duo, led by Sweet JAP alum Hideo Takahashi with ramen-king drummer Matthew Kazama, heads up this annual ear-splitting bill fittingly dubbed the Blowout. They'll be joined by Blaha,with the Blind Shake's Mike Blaha, plus the Ex-Nuns and IV, the latter featuring members of Joust and Cirtic Dummies. (9 p.m. Sat., Turf Club, $10-$12.)

Jimmy Page's 75th birthday party: The great Led Zeppelin and Yardbirds guitarist won't be there, but an all-star lineup of locals will be, including Steve Brantseg, Annie Mack and members of the local Zepppelin tribute band Zeppo. In addition to those two Rock Hall of Fame bands, Page also did session work with the Who, Rolling Stones, Van Morrison and the Beatles, among others, so the set list could be expansive. (9:30 p.m. Sat. Cabooze, $12-$15)

A Celebration of Sarah Papenheim: Friends, mentors and do-gooder music scenesters are putting on a big, bluesy afternoon jam to raise money for the family of the 21-year-old Twin Cities drummer, who was murdered last month while studying in the Netherlands. All the door money goes to the cause. Participants include Jellybean Johnson, Joyann Parker, Brian Naughton, Alex Rossi, the Shackletons, Trailer Trash and many more. (4-10 p.m. Sun. Cabooze, $10.)

Hooked on Hamilton: Twin Cities singer/actor T. Mychael Rambo leads a troupe of local singers through the songs of the megamusical "Hamilton." Be in the room where it happens. (7 p.m. Mon. the Dakota, $30-$40)

Charlie Parr: First on the list of Minnesota mainstays staying warm with a weekly residency at the Turf Club in January, the acoustic folk/blues maestro always mixes up these shows musically from week to week and brings down some worthy songwriters from around the Duluth area with him to open. This week it's fiddler/picker Kyle Ollah. His gigs later in the month are prone to sell out, so don't put this one off. (8 p.m. Sun., Turf Club, $10-$12.)

The Cactus Blossoms: Also settling in for a weekly residency gig, harmonious retro-twang siblings Jack Torrey and Page Burkum and their increasingly impressive band — with brother Tyler Burkum and Jacob Hanson on dueling electric guitars — have a new album coming out in March, titled "Easy Way." Rolling Stone just premiered the jaggedly rocking single "Please Don't Call Me Crazy." They'll spend the month wood-shopping the new material while revisiting some of the old nuggets they used to perform every week at the Turf before the rest of the world got turned onto them. Pal and perfect-fit partner Frankie Lee opens the first show. (8 p.m. Mon., Turf Club, $20.)

Nancy Harms: The delectable Minnesota-bred, New York-based jazz vocalist previews her 2019 album "She," featuring tunes written in the Twin Cities and Denmark. (7:30 p.m. Tue.-Wed. Crooners, $20-$25)

Dakh Daughters: Dressed like mimes in white face, these seven singer/actress/instrumentalists from Kiev mix cabaret, Ukrainian folk music, punk rock, theater, dance and spoken-word into the curiosity gig of the week. (7 p.m. Tue. the Dakota, $35-$40)

A$AP Rocky: Now arguably the hottest member of the Harlem-reared A$AP Mob as its members move past the death of its founder Yams, 22-year-old A$AP Rocky has been showing off both his artsy side and knack for showmanship over the past year. He holed himself up in a glass box at Sotheby's in New York for his live "Lab Rat" experiment, which turned into a fitting setup for his experimental and often just plain whack third album, "Testing." He's returning to Minneapolis a week before his crew's Yams Day celebration at Barclays Center, probably with a few other mobsters in tow. (8 p.m. Tue., the Armory, 500 S. 6th St., Mpls., $43-$73, ticketmaster.com.)

Andrew Broder & 37d03d: The experimental Minneapolis electro-rock guru of Fog and Cloak Ox notoriety, Broder will once again stretch out musically like no one else in town can for his own monthlong residency stand. Week 1 has been given the theme of "Patriarchy" (others include "Technology" and "Celebrity") and includes a lineup that sold out instantly upon being announced last month. Justin Vernon's (Bon Iver) and Aaron Dessner's (the National) new band Big Red Machine will makes its local debut. The East Coast rapper formerly known as Spank Rock, Naeem, also performs along with DJ Keezy. (8 p.m. Wed., Turf Club, sold out.)

Special EFX All Stars: Formed in New York in 1982, Special EFX has been led by guitarist Chieli Minucci through an eclectic mix of modern jazz, probably best described as world fusion. His current touring ensemble includes the great violinist Regina Carter, saxophonist Eric Marienthal, keyboardist Lao Tizer, bassist Jerry Brooks and drummer Joel Rosenblatt. (7 & 9 p.m. Thu. Dakota, $35-$45)