Long Beach to host a trio of music events this week

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If you love live music, now's the time to get out and about in Long Beach. From a tribute to a heavy-metal band to a performance by a cutting-edge jazz trio to a re-creation of a famed concert by two brothers/crooners, here are the local shows worth checking out this week.

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Iron Maiden Tribute by The Iron Maidens

From the event description:

Formed in 2001, The Iron Maidens are one of Southern California’s most popular tribute acts. The band boasts beauty as well as excellent musicianship, a lively stage presence and a remarkable stage show with theatrical scenes interspersed throughout. Rock out with The Iron Maidens as they cover Iron Maiden's heavy-metal material from all phases of the band’s career. The stage show includes appearances by Maiden mascot Eddie, the grim reaper, the devil and more.

When: Saturday, Oct. 5, 9 p.m.
Where: Gaslamp Long Beach, 6251 E. Pacific Coast Highway
Price: $10
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Moonlight Jazz with Charged Particles

From the event description:

The most exciting and creative music being made today crosses stylistic boundaries and blends diverse traditions to create engaging new sounds. Join us for an evening with Charged Particles, which features three of the country's virtuosos doing just that in the acoustic and electric jazz arena.   

When: Saturday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m.
Where: 4515 Harvey Way
Price: $20-$25
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The Everly Brothers: Live at Royal Albert Hall 

From the event description:

Join award-winning recording artists Lee Lessack and Johnny Rodgers as they re-create the magical night in 1983 when the Everly Brothers triumphantly reunited at London's Royal Albert Hall.  With the immaculate phrasing of such hits as "All I Have to Do is Dream," "Bye Bye Love" and "Wake Up Little Susie," rediscover why the duo was known as "the Architects of Harmony."

When: Sunday, Oct. 6, 2 p.m.
Where: 6200 Atherton St.
Price: $40
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