The Beacham Theater opens for rock 'n' roll (or something closely approximating rock 'n' roll) on March 11, with a concert by G. Love & Special Sauce. Tickets are $20 advance/$25 day of event.
The irascible, opinionated, innovative, shred-tastic, and extraordinarily awesome Marnie Stern is out on a co-headlining tour with Tera Melos, a fierce, post-rock trio from Sacramento. The tour hits Back Booth on Feb. 27.
The almighty Trouble – or at least what's left of 'em – will be hitting the Plaza Theater on Jan. 29, with Rising Up Angry. God, that self-titled Trouble album from 1990 ... seriously, if you don't own it, you don't know what stoner metal is.
Daryl Hance of Mofro will be in the intimate confines of McRaney's Tavern for a super-cheap ($5!) gig on February 5.
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