September 28. This slam-bang bill at Daryl's House delivers two of America's top roots rock outfits. Founded by brothers Phil and Dave Alvin, the rockabilly/blues-based Blasters emerged out of the late-'70s/early '80s Los Angeles underground alongside such similarly inclined groups as Los Lobos, X, and Rank & File. Nowadays, Phil Alvin leads the band (Dave maintains a solo career), whose most recent album is 2012's aptly named Fun on a Saturday Night. Fronted by the roaring and crooning Dexter Romweber, the Flat Duo Jets steal the show in the 1986 film Athens, GA: Inside Out and presaged the White Stripes and other two-piece blues punk acts. (Jimmy Vaughn and Lou An Barton jam September 9; Big Bad Voodoo Daddy cast their spell September 20.) 8pm. $20, $30. Pawling. (845) 289-0185; Darylshouseclub.com.