Jazz great Miles Davis was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame only seven years ago, though his music has captivated fans for decades. His iconic 1959 quadruple-platinum album Kind of Blue showcased the talents of the famous sextet: Davis, John Coltrane, Jimmy Cobb, Cannonball Adderley, Paul Chambers and Bill Evans. Cobb, a legendary jazz drummer and the last surviving member of this group, headlines a Miles Davis tribute concert this weekend, joined by Larry Vuckovich, Doug Miller, Steve Heckman, Joel Behrman and Andrew Speight. It’s also the last chance to catch the exhibit of his paintings at the Napa Valley Museum. Get ready for some Master Class when the boys come to town on Saturday, July 27, at Lincoln Theater. 100 California Drive, Yountville. $25—$65. 7pm. 707.226.8742.