Low Cut Connie will be performing tonight at Johnny Brenda’s promoting the September release of their sophomore album, Call Me Sylvia. The band’s rollicking party music is carried by poppy melodies and sharp lyrics that make any bar scene the best party in town. The 21+ show starts at 9:30; more information can be found on our concert calendar here. Check out the band’s new video for “Boozophilia” below.
XPN Welcomes one of our favorite new bands, Field Report, to World Cafe Live tonight. Former DeYarmond Edison member Chris Porterfield’s new band released their self-titled debut album in September to widespread acclaim. WXPN’s own Bruce Warren said “The sound of Field Report’s debut is acoustic, warm and gorgeous; the lyrics capture the sadness, determination and resolve of life’s richest emotions.” Tickets for the all ages 8 o’clock show can be found here, and below watch Out of Town Films‘ video of the band performing their first single from Field Report, “Fergus Falls,” in a restroom at XPoFest last summer.
Canadian singer-songwriter Al Spx, known better by her performance name Cold Specks, is playing tonight at First Unitarian. Her goth-inspired soul music can be felt through the entirety of her debut, I Predict A Graceful Expulsion, which was released last May. The all ages show begins at 8; go here for ticket information. Watch Cold Specks’ chilling new video for “Hector” below.
Also, XPN Welcomes the following concerts tonight:
Lyle Lovett at McCarter Theater
Hezekiah Jones at Steel City
Lost In The Trees at Capitol Theater
Robert Randolph and the Family Band at Keswick Theater
Tickets and information for those shows can be found on our calendar here.
Capitol Theater, Cold Specks, Field Report, First Unitarian Church, Hezekiah Jones, Johnny Brenda's, Keswick Theater', Lost In The Trees, Low Cut Connie, Lyle Lovett, McCarter Theater, r, Robert Randolph And The Family Band, Steel City Coffeehouse, World Cafe Live