Dar Williams. Photo by Ebru Yildiz

Dar Williams
7:30 p.m. Friday. Strand Theatre, 345 Main St., Rockland, $30 in advance, $35 day of show. rocklandstrand.com
Singer-songwriter Dar Williams’ career spans more than three decades, and this year marks the 30th anniversary of her debut album, “The Honesty Room,” home to fan favorites “When I Was a Boy” and “The Babysitter’s Here.” Williams has also authored five books, including “What I Found in a Thousand Towns,” which mentions a few cities and towns in Maine.

A. Savage. Photo by Vince McClelland

A. Savage
8 p.m. Friday. Space, 538 Congress St., Portland, $20. space538.org
A. Savage is the solo project of Andrew Savage from indie rock band Parquet Courts. His second solo release, “Several Songs About Fire,” came out this month. Savage recorded the album over the course of 10 days in Bristol, England. The producer is John Parish, who was worked with PJ Harney and Tracy Chapman. Annie Hart from Au Revoir Simone and Portland rock quartet Gum Parker open the show.

Stevie Wonder’s “Songs in the Key of Life” album cover. Blueee77/Shutterstock.com

Higher Ground: A Tribute to Stevie Wonder
8 p.m. Saturday. Sun Tiki Studios, 375 Forest Ave., Portland, $15 in advance, $20 at the door. suntikistudios.com
Here’s a chance to sing, dance and clap your hands while you hear a superstar cast of 18 local musicians perform two dozen Stevie Wonder songs. You will indeed feel it all over and will feel extra good knowing that proceeds benefit Sweetser, Inc., a behavioral health nonprofit that provides evidence-based treatment, support and hope. With multiple vocalists, horns, guitars, bass, drums and harmonica, your sensational evening is signed, sealed and delivered.

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