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BoomBox

With Broke by Monday and Modquad. 9 p.m. Friday, March 21, $12 ADV/$15 DOS, all ages. The Jigsaw Saloon and Stage, 5324 State Rd., Parma, 216-351-3869.

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The producer/DJ-guitarist/singer combo BoomBox is like an all-out big-room DJ show that's actually fun. The duo's all-encompassing groove is in demand, and live shows sell out all over the country. It's a trance-like experience that's finding a crossover crowd of techo heads and jam-band fans, and for good reason: Zion Rock Godchaux, the live musician half of the group, is the son of the Grateful Dead's Keith Godchaux — but don't hold that against him.

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