Bob Dylan, the Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert! For years, Dylan's 1966 concert in Manchester, England - in which a fan famously called him "Judas!" - was mislabeled as being recorded at London's Royal Albert Hall. This is the actual RAH show, noteworthy because, although it's part of the Dylan 36-disc The 1966 Live Recordings,

it's now issued as a single- show package, available at a fraction of the price.

Jingle Ball. Your annual seasonal teen screamfest, sampling the current state of pop radio, with Diplo, Charlie Puth, Tove Lo, Ellie Goulding, Alessia Cara, Fifth Harmony, and more. Wednesday at Wells Fargo Center.

T.A.M.I. Show and the Big TNT Show. The 1964 T.A.M.I. Show - it stood for Teen Age Music International - is probably the greatest music TV show of all time, on the strength of performances by the Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Lesley Gore, Marvin Gaye, and especially James Brown. The 1966 TNT follow-up was no slouch, with Ray Charles, Ike and Tina Turner, the Ronettes, the Byrds, and Petula Clark. Packaged together on Blu-ray.

Angelica Garcia. Raised in East L.A. by a music executive father and mariachi-singing mother, the 22-year-old songwriter now based in Virginia is building up buzz with Medicine for Birds, a debut album soaked in her Southern surroundings. Opening Thursday for Bombadil and Goodnight, Texas, at World Cafe Live.

Slim Cessna's Auto Club/Mercury Radio Theater. Double bill featuring Colorado gothic-country outfit active since the 1990s, plus Philadelphia's self-described "nine-piece exotica-punk orchestra," whose name pays homage to Orson Welles' 1930s War of the Worlds radio troupe. Thursday at Johnny Brenda's.