There are some great shows coming out of the San Diego music scene this week, including a couple of music legends and a tribute to a musician we lost before his time. Let's take a look at some of the best:
Jeff Buckley Tribute Concert
7 p.m. Monday at Old Globe Theatre
San Diego musicians gather to honor the musician who died too young in a tragic drowning. The event is a joint effort with the Globe’s upcoming “The Last Goodbye,” which mixes Buckley’s music with Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Scheduled bands include Veronica May, Pete Thurston, Israel Maldonado and Fernando Apodaca with Todd Hannigan and Jeff Berkley.
7 p.m. Thursday at Embarcadero Marina Park South; $20+
The LA-based fusion band plays just about every style of Latino music – salsa, dance hall, hip-hop, samba – and all of it is designed to get your feet moving.
8 p.m. Saturday at Porter’s Pub
The Cambodian rapper, also known as Sochitta Sal, promises to give a boisterous show with her no-holds-barred style of badass gangsta rap.
9 p.m. Saturday at Belly Up; $20+
Catch a few musical waves with the king of surf rock, who has been doing this for going on a half-century. He’s joined by the Paul Cannon Band.
Peter Frampton’s Guitar Circus
7 p.m. Sunday at Civic Theater; $45+
The classic rocker headlines a night of great music that includes legendary bluesman B.B. King and slide guitarist Sonny Landreth as an opener. Don’t ask why they all share the stage on the same night, just enjoy the amazing music.