Fri.It's the 80th anniversary of the Grand Ole Opry, and since you didn't make it to Nashville, Nashville is coming to you, with former Johnson Mountain Boy and current Opry emcee Eddie Stubbs hosting a tradition-leaning Wolf Trap celebration with Ricky Skaggs, Patty Loveless, the Del McCoury Band, Riders in the Sky and Old Crow Medicine Show (703-218-6500). . . . DJ duality comes to the forefront with Sasha protege James Zabiela, whose double-disc "Utilities" is half computer-constructed, half CD deck-and-effects built, all on display at Nation (202-554-1500). . . . Parliament/Funkadelic stalwarts Fuzzy Haskins, Grady Thomas and Ray Davis, operating as The Original P, should feel right at home at Baltimore's aptly named Funk Box (410-625-2000). . . . Haitian kompa stars Tabou Combo appear at Zanzibar (202-554-9100).
Sat.Electronic dance music guru Chris Fortier hypes his recent triple-CD mix collection "Balance 007" with a set at ultra-lounge Andalu (202-785-2922).
Sun.Washington's Meredith Bragg celebrates the debut album with the Terminals at the Black Cat (202-667-7960), along with the Prayers and Tears of Arthur Digby Sellers.
Mon.Get a head start on the Washington Monument's annual Fourth of July fireworks by heading to Woodrow Wilson Plaza for a free salsa concert at noon with Edwin Ortiz y su Orquesta La Romana, featuring special guest Tito Puente Jr. (202-312-1300).
Tues.She's still working hard for the money, so you better treat Donna Summer right at Wolf Trap (703-218-6500).
Wed.Vibe out with the reunited Digable Planets at the 9:30 club (202-393-0930). See Spotlight on Page 6. . . . Underrated, underappreciated country singer Chely Wright is at the Rams Head Tavern in Annapolis (410-268-5111). . . . Partyline, the new band featuring Allison Wolfe of Bratmobile, appears at the Black Cat with Love of Diagrams (202-667-7960).
Thurs.With 16 Horsepower having run out of gas, David Eugene Edwards is concentrating on his Wovenhand project, at Iota (703-522-8340) with Brother Danielson. . . . The 14-piece Chopteeth Afro-Funk Big Band brings its righteous rhythms and massed horns to the Music Center at Strathmore's Backyard Theater for Children with a pair of morning shows at 9:30 and 11:30 (301-581-5100). . . . Only 12 when B.B. King discovered him, blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa is now a 26-year-old veteran holding forth at Blues Alley (202-337-4141).
-- Richard Harrington