Tonight’s Concert Picks: Twin Sister at Johnny Brenda’s, Ghostface Killah at The Blockley, Beausoleil at World Cafe Live, Boz Scaggs at Keswick Theatre


Twin-Sister-Shaking-Through-1Funky dream pop band Twin Sister plays at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. The band moves within elements of sound, all staying roughly onthe dreamy side, but also mixing indie pop with chillwave. Their album In Heaven was released in September of 2011. Tickets and information for the 21+ show with Lockets and Acres of Diamonds can be found here. Below, enjoy the music video for Twin Sister’s “All Around And Away We Go” from their Color Your Life EP.

Rapper Ghostface Killah brings the beats to The Blockley tonight. Ghostface Killah’s career is expansive, having a number of solo albums, as well as being apart of the legendary rap group Wu-Tang Clan. The rapper celebrates his newest solo album Twelve Reasons To Die; tickets and information for the 21+ show with Chill Moody, Voss and Grand Lux can be found here. Below, check out the music video for “Rise of the Ghostface Killah” off his new album Twelve Reasons To Die.

Beausoleil brings their medley of sounds to the stages of World Cafe Live tonight. Their Facebook page says that the group “take the rich Cajun traditions of Louisiana and artfully blend elements of zydeco, New Orleans jazz, Tex-Mex, country, blues, and more into a satisfying musical recipe.” They released their new album this year entitled From Bamako to Carencro. Tickets and information for the all ages show can be found here. Below, enjoy a video of the group performing “Theogene Creole”.

Singer/songwriter Boz Scaggs comes to Keswick Theatre tonight. Scaggs has played with the Steve Miller Band and has released a number of albums, including his newest, Memphis, which came out in March on 429 Records. You can read more about Boz here. Tickets and information for the all ages show can be found here. Below, watch Boz Scaggs perform his song “Cadillac Walk” on the Jay Leno show.



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