Tonight’s Concert Picks: Benefit for Boston ft. Shorty Boy-Boy at North Star Bar, Steve Martin and Edie Brickell at Verizon Hall, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin at MilkBoy, Chris Forsyth at Ortliebs Lounge

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Shorty Boy-BoyShorty Boy-Boy brings his dance beat, guitar savvy, unique pop sound to the North Star Bar tonight in support of the Benefit for Boston. Sharing the stage with The National Rifle and Cruiser, each $10 entrance fee will be donated to The One Fund for Boston Marathon victims. Learn more about and find tickets to tonight’s 21 and over show here. Listen and download Shorty Boy-Boys single, “New Yng Cute,” below.

Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers will be performing with American folk songwriter Edie Brickell at Verizon Hall tonight. The musicians collaborated on the album Love Has Come for You earlier this year. More information and tickets for tonight’s 8 p.m. show here. Below, watch Steve Martin, Edie Brickell and the Rangers performing at the Non-COMMvention earlier this year.

Steve Martin and Edie Brickell w/ The Steep Canyon Rangers live from WXPN’s Non-COMMvention at World Cafe Live from WXPN FM on Vimeo.

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin brings it’s addictive, melodic, lyrically abstract and experimental pop sound to MilkBoy Philly tonight. The quirky band will share the stage with HaHa Tonka and Ezra Furman & the Harpoons, as well as previewing some of the material from their newest album, Fly By Wire, slated for release on September 17th. Find more information and tickets to tonight’s 21 and over show here. Listen and download SSLYBY’s new single, “Nightwater Girlfriend” below.

Chris Forsyth will be playing tonight at Ortleibs Lounge. Having an experimental hypnotic sound, Forsyth’s guitar compositions spiral with rock, blues, and folk progressions. Find more information and tickets for tonight’s show here. Listen to a live the version of his song “Boston Street Lullaby” recorded with the Solar Motel Band below.

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