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Sunday music picks: Ziggy Marley, New Politics

Peter Blackstock
pblackstock@statesman.com

Ziggy Marley at the Belmont. The eldest son of reggae icon Bob carries his father’s mission — promoting unity and spiritual uplift through music — forward for the next generation. Drums will beat, Jamaican flags will wave and many in the audience will be moved to tears as Marley peppers a set full of originals with his father’s classics. — D.S.S.

Also: Denmark’s New Politics bring their punk-pop and electronica sounds to the Mohawk’s outdoor stage with Bad Suns and SomeKindaWonderful. … Brooklyn artist Sinkane mixes Sudanese sounds into electropop at Empire. … C-Boy’s Heart & Soul presents a tribute to legendary Austin bassist Keith Ferguson with performances by some of his bandmates from the Fabulous Thunderbirds, the Tail Gators, the LeRoi Brothers, Solid Senders, Kathy & the Kilowatts and the Gulf Coast Playboys. … St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church continues its Soul of a Musician series with Erin Ivey at Spicewood Tavern in Northwest Hills.