Tonight in and around Los Angeles you can catch Southern Culture On The Skids, Missy Higgins, Gore Gore Girls, Meshell Ndegeocello, Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express and Drowning Pool in various theatres and clubs. Tomorrow look for The Black Lips at Echoplex, , “Weird Al” Yankovic yukking it up at The Greek and Jill Scott at Hollywood’s House Of Blues. Both Eagles and Dixie Chicks will be at the new Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Saturday and Sunday.

Or how about some Rocky Mountain high for the weekend? Denver shows tonight include Dark Star Orchestra at the Oriental Theater, Mayday Parade with Madina Lake at the Marquis Theater and Pepper at The Fillmore. Tomorrow look for Brandi Carlile at the Gothic Theatre in Englewood, the featuring Say Anything, Hellogoodbye and Polysics at The Paramount, Earlimart at the Larimer Lounge and DJ Sasha at Vinyl. Sunday Denver attractions include Pnuma Trio and Signal Path at the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins and Michelle Shocked at the Soiled Dove Underground.

One of the best weekend getaway spots has to be Des Moines in the great state of Iowa. Tonight The Nadas are at Peoples, tomorrow it’s the Blue Man Group – Rock Tour at the Wells Fargo Arena, and TobyMac at the Val Air Ballroom.

Of course, all roads east of The Rockies lead to Chicago, and this weekend you can see Annie Lennox at the Cadillac Palace Theatre, Bright Eyes and Andrew Bird at the Chicago Theatre and Al Green at House Of Blues. Tomorrow the Windy City hosts another Al Green performance at HOB, Jewel at the Rosemont Theatre and Project / Object at Martyrs’.

But a trip across the country wouldn’t be complete without a stop in Toledo, home of the Toledo Mud Hens minor league ball club. Tonight it’s Blind Melon and Dusty Rhodes & The River Band at Frankie’s Inner-City, One Under at Doc Watson’s on Saturday and Adema and Saliva at The Bijou Sunday evening.

Finally, New York City just might have what you’re looking for. This weekend you won’t be able to step outside and spit without hitting a event. Look for the Marathon at fine clubs and theatres like Knitting Factory, Bowery Ballroom, Brooklyn’s Southpaw and the Blender Theatre At Gramercy.

But that’s just a few of the weekend musical happenings. Make up your own list by utilizing the famed search engine to find your favorite bands and artists! This weekend amaze your friends and be the envy of all your neighbors by demonstrating your knowledge of live music. Heck, stay out all night, all weekend, all month.

But come Monday don’t blame us if you miss work. After all, we’re just your enabler.