The 20 Best Concerts in Dallas This Weekend, March 6-9

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Clint Black Thursday, March 6 at Majestic Theatre Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis will support this Texas country music legend on stage at the Majestic Theatre tonight. After 30 years in the game, Clint Black shows no sign of slowing down. VQ

Remain In Light: A Tribute to Talking Heads Thursday, March 6, at Dan's Silverleaf Various session musicians from Dallas, Denton and Los Angeles come together tonight at Dan's to pay tribute to one of the great American new wave albums of the 20th century. While Remain In Light was one of Talking Heads' most commercially disappointing albums, it will widely be remembered as one of their most beloved works. VQ

Ice Balloons Thursday, March 6, Dada It's kind of fuzzy, it's kind of droney, kind of trippy, and the lead singer is only ever seen performing in a knitted fly mask, which makes him look like some sort of insect/human hybrid. All this and more has made Ice Balloons one of the most buzzed about bands of bands of the last year. They've been collaborating a lot with TV on The Radio's Kyp Malone, who will join them at Dada on Thursday. VQ

Kevin Seconds Thursday, March 6, Three Links Kevin Seconds is front man for the seminal 80's hardcore band 7 Seconds. This week, he brings his acoustic singer-songwriter solo material to Three Links in support of his new album, Off Stockton. VQ

Childish Gambino Friday, March 7, at South Side Music Hall In December, Childish Gambino released one of the most talked-about albums in independent rap music. Because The Internet got people interested for a variety of reasons. From content, to production, to featured artists, there are plenty of reasons to give it a listen. Perhaps the most intriguing thing about Childish Gambino (whom you may also know as Donald Glover, one of the stars of NBC's Community), is the raw and unmitigated honesty in his lyrics. Presale tickets have already sold out, which is a testament in itself to the rapper's quickly growing fan base. VQ

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Vanessa Quilantan