This is the weekend! The one where everyone comes back home from whatever far-flung city they’ve been living to reunite with former classmates and get good and hungover for Thanksgiving day. Might we suggest a side of music with that PBR? The Charlie Watts Riots will be playing the Valentine’s happy hour show today (Wednesday) with Icelandic supergroup Five Alpha Beatdown (6 PM, 432-6572). . . . Eastbound Jesus will extend their already thirsty ways with a Thanksgiving Eve show with Wild Adriatic at Putnam Den tonight (9:30 PM, $5, 584-8066). . . . Dirty Paris will trim the table at Red Square tonight with fresh holiday Wobblesauce (8 PM, 465-0444). . . . Prodigal songsmith Sean Rowe is back in town Friday night for a show at Putnam Den with prodigal loopsmith Matthew Carefully (9 PM, $8, 584-8066). . . . Grainbelt will help ring in Black Friday at Valentine’s with their—count ‘em—43rd annual Happy Hour Throwdown (6 PM, 432-6572). . . . Later that night, upstairs at Valentine’s, a fleet of local bands will pay tribute to the Who at Who’s Who (8 PM, $10, 432-6572). . . . Brother Simone will be playing the venue solo in a couple weeks, but on Saturday night all the Felice Brothers will pile into Club Helsinki (9 PM, $22, 828-4800). . . . Pop punks Uncle Joel’s Comb will celebrate the release of a new EP at Red Square on Saturday (4:30 PM, 465-0444). . . . Skarhead will headline the 7th Rat-A-Tat tattoo and music expo at the Upstate Concert Hall on Saturday (noon, $12, 371-0012). . . . Dance Gavin Dance will likely do just that at the Upstate Concert Hall on Sunday (6:30, $17, 371-0012).