Friday, April 18, 2014
The bass player will be at Bull Moose in Scarborough as the classic band releases its ‘Unplugged’ sessions on LPs.
The singer-songwriter will be at One Longfellow Square, and the duo tribute will gather local musicians at Asylum.
The restaurant’s second location brings fresh favorites from Thailand to Exchange Street.
An alternative to the ’70s and ’80s rock show is the ‘icier bayou’ music of Black Cat Road.
The rock singer-songwriter brings his ‘I Alone’ tour to the Port City Music Hall on Sunday.
And Monique Barrett and The Furry Ambers have CD releases to celebrate.
And singer-songwriter Amy Regan stretches vocals at a Portland yoga studio.
Cuddle Magic, Rachel Ries, Jacob Augustine and the Steve Grover Quartet on tap this week
The Westbrook eatery has good, stick-to-your-ribs food and serves it hot and fast.
Aimsel Ponti traces the pathways of her passion for music.