Tim Winchester. Photo by Tristan Winchester

Tim Winchester
6 p.m. Friday. Falmouth Congregational Church parking lot, 267 Falmouth Road, free. falmouthcongregationalchurch.org
Falmouth Congregational Church presents a parking lot coffee house performance by indie folk musician Tim Winchester. Winchester, a Maine artist, released the album “Into the Open” in January, and it’s home to songs like “One of a Kind,” “Feels Like Rain” and “If Love is Blind.” You’ll be able to listen to the show on your car’s radio on a low-frequency station that will be shared upon arrival. The show will also be streamed on Facebook on the church’s Facebook page, facebook.com/falmouth.ucccebook. If the weather doesn’t cooperate, you can still find it online.

Bess Jacques. Photo by Lauryn Sophia Photography

Bess Jacques
7 p.m. Friday. Streaming on Cadenza Facebook page, donations appreciated. facebook.com/cadenzafreeport
Hop onto the Cadenza Facebook page for a performance of eclectic, piano-driven originals from Bess Jacques and band. Jacques sings and is on keys, and you’ll hear seasoned pros Scott Morrison on bass, Andy Argondizza on guitar and Per Hanson on drums. Jacques has a big, bright voice, and if you decide to dance around your living room, nobody’s going to stop you. All donations made during the show will be donated by Jacques to the Supersonics Scholarship Fund for beginner band students at Westbrook Middle School.

Andrew LaVogue. Photo by Kolby Knight

Andrew LaVogue
7:30 p.m. Friday. Livestream from the Chocolate Church Arts Center Gallery, free, donations appreciated. facebook.com/chocolatechurcharts.com
Mainer Andrew LaVogue is a virtuosic composer and guitarist with a sound that incorporates elements of post-rock, ambient and American primitive guitar. His music is scintillating and his debut EP, “Surrounder by the Northern Lights,” was released in January. Head to the Chocolate Church Arts Center Facebook page to stream a performance by LaVogue. Donations to the nonprofit arts center can be made at chocolatechurcharts.org/support.

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