In addition to showing off the memorabilia emanating such good (and bad) vibrations, the wags at the museum felt the need to honor stuff in another way, through music. Teaming up with Miami Art Museum, whose wildly successful genre-crossing JAM at MAM musical events have lured crowds in droves, the institutions launch Rock & Roll/JAM at MAM, monthly concerts highlighting local musicians. Beginning this evening with Afro-Cuban funksters the Baboons and classic rock and rollers Men from Mars, the series continues through January and includes alternative rockers Derek Cintron, Sixo, Jim Camacho, and electronica purveyors the Green Room. December offers an aberration via a performance by the New Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church Gospel Choir. But perhaps it's not so odd: Gospel music has influenced popular sounds, and if anyone should be thanking the lord they're still around, it's rock and roll musicians.