Carolyn Currie. Photo by Fred Field

Carolyn Currie livestream
6:30 p.m. Friday. Streaming on Falmouth Congregational Church Facebook page.
Falmouth Congregational Church continues to present streaming concerts, and next up is a performance from folk singer-songwriter Carolyn Currie and her Celtic-tinged sound. Currie’s discography dates back to the late ’90s and includes the albums “Echolocation” and “Waves of Silence.” Last year, Currie broke a leg after falling on some stairs, but the silver lining is that it gave her plenty of time to break in her new Taylor guitar, which she’ll be taking for a spin during her first virtual show.

Crunk Witch. Photo courtesty of the artist

A Very Crunk Witch V-Day Livestream
8:45 p.m. Friday. Crunk Witch Facebook page.
Crunk Witch is the Presque Isle-based married duo of Brandon Miles and Hannah Collen, and listening to their electronic pop music is like transporting yourself to an ’80s dance party where everyone is having the time of their lives while the bass and synths pulse during songs like “Kings and Queens” and “The Battle Beyond.” Get your Valentine’s weekend groove on with a streaming show from a band known for its hyper-energetic performances. Speaking of hyper, “Hyper Magic” is yet another fun jam by the band that has racked up more than 35 million streams on Spotify and YouTube. Have fun!

David Byrne in concert at The Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Great Britain in 2018. Westwoodst/

David Byrne Food For Love Virtual Concert
7 p.m. Saturday. Free, donations accepted.
Former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne invites you to a once in a lifetime streaming experience featuring dozens of artists performing songs to raise funds for the New Mexico Association of Food Banks. The lineup includes Byrne, Alejandro Escovedo, The Chicks, Delbert McClinton, Elle King, Jackson Browne, John Doe, Lyle Lovett, Marcia Ball, Joe Ely, Nathaniel Rateliff, Steve Earle and many others. Special guests include writer George R.R. Martin and New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. Kick back and enjoy the show from home, and if you’re able, make a donation.

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