Bad news if you were sick of the "Harlem Shake" video trend that recently plagued the Web: Its producer, Baauer, will perform Saturday at Grand Central in Miami. Not all the Philadelphia native's music features the viral hit's distorted sirens, but the bass is just as heavy in his other tracks. ($15-$20, GrandCentralMiami.com
The night before Baauer's set, the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek's Sunset Grill will host Florida swampland guitarist Raiford Starke. You may have caught his style of country on the soundtrack of the South Florida documentary "Square Grouper," about marijuana trafficking.
Bryan Adams will also be onstage Friday night, but at Miami's Gusman Center. The singer-songwriter will play an acoustic solo show at the Olympia Theater. ($42.06-$79.44, GusmanCenter.org
And Spanish standards singer Raphael will bring a big-band style show to the Fillmore Miami Beach on the same night. The Spaniard's music has been popular in Latin America since the 1960s, and he recently released the digital-only album "Mi Gran Noche." ($56.50-$88.25, Ticketmaster.com
To get some live music sooner than Friday, head to the Broward Center for the Songwriters Showcase on Monday. The night will start at 7:30 with an open-mike session and featured musicians such as singer Graham Drout of the blues band Iko-Iko. ($10 at the door)