Tonight’s Concert Picks: Low Cut Connie at Johnny Brenda’s, Kalob Griffin Band at World Cafe Live, The Districts / Pine Barons at Chameleon Club, and more

Photo By: Charlotte Jacobson

Photo By: Charlotte Jacobson

Old school rock ‘n’ roll outfit Low Cut Connie is playing at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. With a tone like an upbeat “Piano Man” it’s no wonder that the honky tonk group’s whimsical tribute to Philadelphia “Boozophilia,” off of Call Me Sylvia, reached number 31 on Rolling Stone’s “50 Best Songs of 2012″ list. Just last month the band premiered their cover of Harry Nilsson’s “Jump Into the Fire” from their forthcoming tribute album via Rolling Stone. Get ready for their Philly show by listening a live performance of the new track below. Find details and tickets here.

Celebrate the holidays KGB style. Tonight Kalob Griffin Band is having a holiday bash at World Cafe Live. The five piece Americana rock group is still on tour celebrating their late 2012 release June Found a Gun. Check out what The Key’s Beth Ann Downey had to say about tonight’s show here. Kick the chilly willies and get ready for the holiday show by walking the streets of Philly in their video for “The Winter Blues” below. Find tickets for tonight’s show here.

Rising Lancaster indie rock quartet The Districts share the stage tonight with up-and-coming Americana rockers Pine Barons at The Chameleon Club in Lancaster. The show opens with an acoustic set of Toy Soldiers’ Ron Gallo, introduces the Pittsburgh rock scene with Coronado, and also celebrates a new album release by Seeds. It is bound to be a promising one for discoveries. Check out details and tickets here. Prep for tonight’s performance by listening and downloading The Districts recent Shaking Through session below.

Also Playing

Northern Arms come to Ortlieb’s Lounge (8:30 p.m., 21+ event, $10)

Lefty’s Deceiver at Boot and Saddle (9 p.m., 21+ event, $10)

The Hackensaw Boys play World Café Live at the Queen (7:30 p.m., all ages event, $14)

Christmas on the Block Anniversary at The Legendary Dobbs (3 p.m. – 7 p.m., all ages event, $6)