LOCAL SHOW PICKS
• Sunday, Down Home Up Here Bluegrass Festival, Club Passim, Cambridge, 4-11 p.m. — This mini-festival delivers a different band on the hour including the Revenants, Gin Daisy, the Spring Hill Rounders, Ellen Jordan and Korey Brodsky, the Riverside, and Gabe Hirshfeld and Massachusetts.
• Monday, the Duppy Conquerors, Sally O’Briens, Somerville, 10 p.m. — It’s Marathon Monday but it’s also another Marley Monday for Boston’s beloved Bob Marley tribute band. Bring your own mylar.
• Tuesday, Duke Levine’s Super Sweet Sounds of the ’70s, the Lizard Lounge, Cambridge, 9:30 p.m. — Levine and his superb six-piece band climb into the time machine again for instrumental interpretations of classics of the ’70s, what Levine kiddingly refers to as “the bong-lined sidewalks” of his youth.
• Wednesday, Rose Polenzani and friends, Lizard Lounge, 8 p.m. — Billed as “Sub-Rosette,” Polenzani revives the Sub-Rosa concept as she steps into the void left by the early end of the Dennis Brennan Band residency, and she has some powerful help lined up in Dana Colley, Kris Delmhorst, Dietrich Strause, Dave Godowsky, Annie Lynch, Zachariah Hickman, and Billy Beard.
• Thursday, The Chandler Travis Philharmonic, The Burren Backroom, Somerville, 7:30 p.m. — The delicious zaniness, self-described as “a 9-piece technicolor extravaganza,” bursts back to the Burren.
• Friday, Spotted Tiger, Aeronaut Brewery, Somerville, 8 p.m. — The creation of Laurence Scudder and Erik White, Spotted Tiger makes its Aeronaut debut with a free show.
• Saturday, Gracie Curran, 9 Wallis, Beverly — If you’ve seen Boston Music Award winner Curran, you know her now-legendary shows are topflight entertainment. She takes that to an even higher level as she returns home from Memphis for what is now her traditional 4/20 show. Expect to hear some scintillating new songs off her forthcoming sophomore album, “Come Undone.”