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The week in music: Irish punk, underground rap and a Zeppelin sequel

St. Patrick's Day will come early to Revolution Live when Celtic-punk hooligans Flogging Molly take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The group has been seemingly dormant since releasing 2011's "Speed of Darkness," but its early-2000s slam-dance style still draws an audience in South Florida. Tickets cost $32 plus fees at

On Friday, Revolution's guests will re-enact Led Zeppelin's heyday: The tribute band Led Zeppelin 2 will perform at 8 p.m. Singer Bruce Lamont is a Chicago native with Robert Plant-esque blonde locks falling past his shoulders, and guitarist Paul Kamp is an eerie manifestation of Jimmy Page. Tickets cost $17 at

The Stage will blast underground rap Friday night, courtesy of MURS, the Los Angeles-based emcee whose moniker is an acronym for more than one slightly provocative phrase. In March, his tour will take him to the Paid Dues Festival in California, which will feature independent hip-hop artists such as the Flatbush Zombies and Tech N9ne. Tickets cost $15 in advance at, and the bar will offer $4 Grolsch all night.

On Saturday, take your pick of throaty female vocalist: Grace Potter and the Nocturnals will perform at the Fillmore Miami Beach at 8:30 p.m. ($26.50,, and jazz singer Nicole Henry will appear at the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road at 8 p.m. ($56.10-$138.50,

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