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Still touring after all these years, 83-year-old Mississippi-born boogie and blues pianist Pinetop Perkins returns, his fingers only a bit slower than when he accompanied blues giants like Robert Nighthawk, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Muddy Waters. Perkins’ “Chicago Blues Revue” will include a number of musicians he has worked with over the years, including onetime Muddy Waters and Legendary Blues Band drummer Willie “Big Eyes” Smith, sassy singer Zora Young, and, at 41, the youngster of the group, guitarist Tony O, who has played with Perkins and numerous other blues-circuit regulars since his teens. At 8:30 p.m. at Twist & Shout, 4800 Auburn Ave., Bethesda. $10. (301) 652-3383. (SK)