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Live music this week: Modern grooves, classic influences

Remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr.'s work takes many shapes. One of them is a Sunday night performance by Young Jeezy at Pompano's Club Cinema. Jeezy's "Its tha World" mixtape dropped this past December, adding to the ranks of trap hip-hop records hailing from the South. Showtime and ticket prices are not noted on concert announcements, but you can call 954-865-9083 or visit Facebook.com/ForbiddenEntLive for more information.

After not going to work on Monday, feel free to stop by Revolution Live for the rescheduled Emilie Autumn concert at 6 p.m. The vaudeville-inspired, gothic violinist was originally set to perform last fall, but the artist became ill and postponed her Fight Like a Girl Tour. ($23: Click here for tickets.)

The next day, the Broward Center will host Natalie Cole at 8 p.m. Her repertoire includes original soul and R&B numbers, as well as covers of her late father's hits. Nat King Cole's songs may be classics, but his daughter's taste for Fiona Apple covers brings contemporary flavor to the mix. ($59-$119: Click here for tickets.)

Finally, at 11 p.m. Wednesday, Toronto-based dance-pop group Dragonette comes to LIV Nightclub. As always, the club will charge men more to party, but hearing leader Martina Sobara's singsongy mewling will cost less than $60 for everyone. ($33.90-$45.20, LIVnightclub.com.)

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