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Top Five Concert Picks For This Weekend: Nekromantix, Nurses, David Bromberg Quartet, Idiot Glee, and Tyler Ward

This weekend is full of things to do in the Valley of the Sun. Tonight, the massive AZ Fall Frenzy concert, featuring Halocene, Matt & Kim, Jimmy Eat World, and blink-182 hits Tempe Beach Park; MegaRan and MC Chris bring the nerd-rap "Race Wars" tour to Martini Ranch; and British psych-royalty The Zombies play Celebrity Theatre. Saturday night, Thrice performs at the Marquee. Sunday night, The Love Me Nots play a rare 18 + show at the Yucca Tap Room.

But there's more. Read on for five more picks for excellent shows to catch this weekend.

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Friday, September 30:

Psychobilly ramblers The Nekromantix bring the stand-up bass driven sound to The Clubhouse.

Indie-rockers Nurses and Dominant Legs are scheduled to play The Trunk Space.

Saturday, October 1:

Picker David Bromberg is scheduled to play The Compound Grill:

Sunday, October 2:

Idiot Glee bring their retro-soul sound to Yellow Canary Dance Hall.

Tyler Ward brings his sensitive pop to The Rhythm Room.

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