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Top Five Concert Picks For This Weekend: Bob Log III, Method Man, Authority Zero, Cold Shott and the Hurricane Horns, and Broadway Calls

You've got to be one bad, weirdo mofo for King Khan, leader of The Shrines, 1/2 of King Khan and BBQ show (before duo went bust), and about a thousand other obscure soul-funk-garage releases, to dedicate a whole song to you.

But that's exactly what's going on with "Bob Log Stomp," a track from Khan's recent Scion A/V release The King Khan Experience.

Splitting his time in Tucson and Melbourne, Australia, Bob Log III is making an appearance tonight in the Valley, scheduled to perform at Chopper John's, decked out with his signature human cannonball jumpsuit, helmet, and rockin' his one-man-band drum 'n' guitar setup.

Read through for a video (NSFW) of Bob Log's jam "Boob Scotch," and four more picks for must-see concerts this weekend.

Friday, October 4:

Get some boob in your scotch at Chopper John's, where Bob Log III, Dirty Hairy, and The Hardways are scheduled to rock.

Method Man, Curren$y, and Big K.R.I.T. bring the Smoker's Club Tour to the Venue Scottsdale.

Saturday, November 5:

Authority Zero brings its punky reggae sound to the Marquee in Tempe before heading out to tour Japan.

Cold Shott and the Hurricane Horns host their 20th Anniversary bash at The Rhythm Room.

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Sunday, November 6:

Broadway Calls bring some pop punk sounds to The Fixx in Tempe.

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