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Groove to reggae-related rhythms at the three-day Irie Vibes Music Festival (Ledger article) starting Friday at the Maddox Ranch. Or re-live late 70s/early 80s commercialized progrock tonight at Classic Albums Live’s re-creation of Supertramp’s “Breakfast in America” at the RP Funding Center. Keep scrolling for more live music listings.
If you’re going to First Friday, watch for country duo OakLee at Munn Park and popster Dan Signor by Uncle Nick’s Bagels. Fans of jazz/indie multi-instrumentalist Luke Wilmoth can hear him Friday at 801 E. Main and with a quartet Saturday at Lakeland Loft. And Sumner Curtis brings his upbeat musical persona to Patio850 Saturday. More listings after the jump.
Written while chilling to soothing solo guitar at Hillcrest Coffee: Music I hope to check out this weekend includes Brazilian jazz by Ipanema at Posto 9 Friday night and the gospel-laden rock of Richard Sherfey & All God’s Children at LkldLive, also on Friday. On Saturday, LkldLive hosts an evening of Americana, including Lakeland’s Fount and headliners Menagerie of Bowling Green, Ky. I’m also intrigued by the promised combo of improv comedy and dueling pianos at Winner’s Circle. See more listings after the jump.
And they’re buying a stairway to Latin rhythms and serendipity. Some music highlights this weekend include a Classic Albums Live tribute to Led Zeppelin IV at RP Funding Center tonight, the flamenco guitar and Zendrum of Don Soledad and Matthew Antolick (YouTube) at Posto 9 Friday and the spontaneity of Brian Sutherland and Craig Morby at Patio850 Saturday night. More listings follow: