The Clements Brothers. Photo courtesy of the artists

The Clements Brothers Livestream
7 p.m. Thursday. Via Waldo Theatre, $15, $20 for multiple views.
The historic Waldo Theatre hasn’t quite reopened to the public yet, as renovation work continues, but it sure is ready to rock on the streaming front. Catch the identical sibling duo of George and Charles Clements for a night of grass roots tunes. The Clements Brothers are known as members of The Lonely Heartstrings Band, and you’ll hear George on guitar and Charles on bass, as well as the kind of vocal harmonies only brothers can achieve. The brothers are influenced by roots, rock, bluegrass and classical music, so be ready for an eclectic night of song.

Jacob McCurdy poses for a photo in the music studio of his Kittery home. Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer

Jacob McCurdy
6:30 p.m. Friday. Falmouth Congregational Church parking lot, 267 Falmouth Road, free.
They may have paved paradise and put up a parking lot, but in this case it’s a good thing because you can see a show from singer-songwriter Jacob McCurdy while parked in your car. The show is free and snacks and specialty beverages from Coffee By Design will be available by donation. The show will also be streamed on the church’s Facebook page. McCurdy is in the bands The Dapper Gents and the Johnny Clay Shanks band and released his own EP called “For the Weekend (FTW)” last year.

Elsie & Ethan. Photo by Elsie Gawler

Elsie & Ethan
7:30 p.m. Friday. Camden Opera House, 29 Elm St., Camden, $10.
Head to Camden on Friday night for a performance by the midcoast duo of Elsie Gawler and Ethan Stokes Tischler. Elsie & Ethan play original tunes along with traditional Maine and Celtic fiddle ones, and you’ll hear plenty of vocal harmonies and a variety of instruments. If you’d rather enjoy the show from home, just head to the Camden Opera House Facebook page to stream it and consider making a donation to the Community Arts Fund if you like what you hear.

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