Tony Nickolas and the Nicotines
play the Sidebar with
. Fish Head Cantina hosts an acoustic open mic.
Little River Band
allows you to reminisce about its 1978 hit "Reminiscing" at Rams Head Center Stage at the Maryland Live Casino in Hanover.
West Coast rap cult hero
headlines Baltimore Soundstage. Sacramento post-hardcore band
A Lot Like Birds
play the Sidebar with
performs acoustically at Joe Squared. Local shoegazers
and New York's
play Club K with
and some concert calendar writer's misguided musical hobby (
). Austin-based Americana singer-songwriter
performs at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn. Baltimore indie-pop band
at the 9:30 Club in Washington.
Floristree hosts an all-star tribute to Gene Clark's 1974 album
with members of Beach House, Lower Dens, Celebration, and more.
Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound
mixes a range of influences from African and Latin-American music at the Patterson Theatre. Tennessee post-grunge rockers
visit Baltimore Soundstage on their first acoustic tour. Short List friends
performs at Joe Squared. Washington's the
get loud at the Windup Space. Reunited '80s Queens punk-rockers
plays the Sidebar with
. Local jam band
plays the 8x10 with Richmond, Va.'s the
holds a release party for its debut album,
Quick, Dirty & High
, at the Ottobar, with
SATURDAY: Kill Lincoln
skank it up at the Charm City Art Space. Jam band
-who's been aggravating newspaper editors with a lowercase name that ends with a period for a couple decades longer than fun. has-headlines Rams Head Live. The Crown holds the second installment of the new music celebration Kahlon, which features performances by
, and doubles as a release party for
contributor Lawrence Burney's True Laurels zine.
Bobby E. Lee And the Sympathizers
strip the paint at the 8x10 with the
Chris Pumphrey Sextet
99 Blues Band
hosts a blues/jazz jam session at Midtown BBQ and Brew, where you can sign up to sit in with the band on some standards and popular favorites.
performs acoustic soul at Joe Squared.
's one-man play about finding solace in Broadway star Patti LuPone, comes to the Creative Alliance. The Ottobar's impressive bill of Baltimore indie bands tonight includes
The sixth year of Friends Fest, the long-running celebration of, well, a group of friends with birthdays around the same time of year, features bands like the
tearing it up at the Sidebar.
The Roots Café Singer-Songwriter Series features
at An die Musik.
, the vile Danish band with the alt-rock radio hit about "shak[ing] it like a bad girl in Harlem," perform at the Rock And Roll Hotel in Washington.
Brandon Boyd of Incubus and his new band
Sons of the Sea
perform at the 9:30 Club.
Goth-punk radio stars
headlines Baltimore Soundstage with
WEDNESDAY: Tom Reyes and Friends
play jazz at Joe Squared.
, who made the impressive transition from being annoying on YouTube to being annoying on pop radio, headlines Baltimore Soundstage.
, the New York indie band featured on J. Cole's current single "She Knows," play the Ottobar.
IN THE WINGS: Ernie Halter
, a singer-songwriter who's been sampled by Burial as well as covered by Justin Bieber, will come to Eutaw Place on March 1, with
opening. (For more information, visit
or call  484-9110.)
Tough Day Tubing
, an experimental quartet from New York and Massachusetts whose instruments include "tupperware guitar" and "objects," will perform at the Red Room on March 15. (For more information, visit
or call  243-6888.)
Fall Out Boy
, both of whom released great comeback records in 2013, will unite for a co-headlining tour this summer, hitting Merriweather Post Pavilion on July 18. (For more information, visit
or call  715-5550.)