Live music this week: The funk stops here

The Adrienne Arsht Center will welcome Diana Krall's eclectic jazz on Tuesday, when the Canadian pianist and vocalist will perform numbers from her 2012 album, "Glad Rag Doll." The show will start at 8 p.m. in the Knight Concert Hall. ($55-$125 plus fees, ArshtCenter.org)

Local bands will fill the week with club shows, and Boca Raton's Funky Biscuit will close it out Thursday through Sunday with its blues showcase Biscuit Fest. Homegrown artists such as Roosevelt Collier, Albert Castiglia and the Heavy Pets are on the bill. DrFameus, an electronica project by Disco Biscuits drummer Allen Aucoin, also will perform. For the full schedule, visit the venue's website. ($69.57 for four-day pass, $16.82-$27.37 for single-day passes, FunkyBiscuit.com)

And starting Friday, the Heineken TransAtlantic Festival will bring top Latin rock bands to the North Beach Bandshell, at the north end of Miami Beach. Electro-tango group Bajofondo and the electro-tropical Bomba Estereo will headline the festival. ($23-$35, TransAtlanticFestival.com)

Less-funky and more-shrill music will come from Revolution Live Saturday, when late-'90s industrial-punk group Mindless Self Indulgence returns to the club. The band, fronted by singer Jimmy Urine, released its latest album March 13, titled "How I Learned To Stop Giving a S--- and Love Mindless Self Indulgence." ($32.75, Ticketmaster.com)


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