Considering that The Band had exactly one Top 30 hit — “Up on Cripple Creek,” which in 1969 reached No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart — the outpouring over the recent death of Band drummer and vocalist Levon Helm might seem remarkable. But Helm had a gritty authenticity, soulful voice and earthy drum groove that combined to make him one of the most compelling figures in rock music. (Not to mention that he was the only real American in a band that essentially spawned the Americana music movement.) To honor his memory, former Family Wash server Kory Martin and his wife Sara, have organized a Levon Helm tribute show. Singers Stephen Simmons, Melissa Mathes, Chuck Mead, Jon Byrd, Buick Audra, Adam Hill, Laura Harmondale, Zach Tichenor, Blount Floyd and Wash owner Jamie Rubin will belt out classics like “The Shape I’m In,” “When I Paint My Masterpiece,” “Rag Mama Rag” and a whole lot more. And the house band is nothing to sneeze at: keyboardist Jen Gunderman, bassist Hags Haggerty, drummer Marty Lynds and guitarist Dave Coleman. In “Ophelia,” one of his most memorable songs, Helm asked, “Why do the best things always disappear?” Though this tribute may not provide an answer, it should serve as a rollicking wake for the pride of Turkey Scratch, Ark. A $10 donation is suggested; all proceeds go to MusiCares, which provides assistance to musicians in times of need.