Good Enough for Good Times
501 Napoleon Ave.
The jam-funk band featuring Galactic’s Jeff Raines and Rob Mercurio doesn’t drift too far from their bread and butter of Meters-like grooves. They’re joined by Joe Ashlar on keyboards, and drummer in Simon Lott, who also has hip-hop in his bag of rhythms.
Toad the Wet Sprocket
House of Blues
225 Decatur St.
The alternative rock band named after a sketch from “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” officially split in 1998, but the members have reunited regularly since 1999.
Toad has released an album of new material that sounds much like the band’s old material on “New Constellation,” which was funded by fans through Kickstarter.
Tim & Eric’s Pusswhip Banggang: Swamp Rock Tour ’14
The Howlin’ Wolf
907 S. Peters St.
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim are the duo behind the surrealistic comedy show “Tim and Eric Awesome Show” on Adult Swim.
Their comedic Southern rock band, Pusswhip Banggang, has released a 12-inch picture disc on vinyl of the band’s “hit,” “Jambalaya,” and they’re on tour in support of it.