[ROCK] The music of Frank Zappa was, and continues to be, extremely challenging. The experimental musician wasn’t afraid to grapple with new technology, tackle heady concepts, or wrestle with complex song structures throughout his nearly four decade-long career. His son Dweezil Zappa is not, and never has been, afraid of the challenge of recreating his father’s music. Throughout his career, the now 48-yappa has presented his father’s music to new audiences, and has also used it as a jumping off point for his own original music. On his latest tour, dubbed Choice Cuts, Dweezil Zappa will deliver his dad’s “meatiest tracks” from the 1960s and 1970s and beyond—from the Mothers of Invention to the classical, orchestral stuff the elder Zappa explored later in his career. Catch Dweezil Zappa live at the UB Center for the Arts on Wednesday, April 18.