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Backstage: Iconic '70s band, Canadian crooner take to the stage this weekend

Friday - 9/20/2013, 8:46am  ET

WASHINGTON - What's happening in local music events this weekend? Read on for a look at the concert highlights.

Friday at Jiffy Lube Live, '70s icon Steely Dan take the stage to perform song from their classic album, "Aja" and other hits.

Their last album, "Everything Must Go" was released in 2003, but the band has been touring to great success over the past several years.

Also scheduled for Friday at IOTA Club and Cafe, songwriter Robbie Fulks performs an acoustic set with his bluegrass quartet.

Watch Robbie perform a new song, "I'll Trade Your Money For Wine" below:

Saturday at the 9:30 Club, self-described ambient-punk rockers Deerhunter are scheduled to perform.

Check out the band's new video for "Back to the Middle" below:

Canadian crooner Michael Bublé is scheduled to perform Sunday night at the Verizon Center.

Buble's promotional campaign for his latest album, "To Be Loved" included an impromptu a cappella performance with Naturally7 on a New York City subway platform. Check out the video below:

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