Tonight’s Concert Picks: Brethren at World Cafe Live, Frog Holler at Johnny Brenda’s, Gov’t Mule at The Tower Theater and more

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World Cafe Live welcomes aggressive indie folk outfit Brethren to its stage tonight. The Lancaster, PA natives released their latest single “There’s No Use” at the end of September. The track is just as pretty as it is melancholic but it works. Its harmonies and guitar melodies bring to mind the smooth sounds of the Beach Boys. Stream it below and get tickets here.

Tonight will also find country rockers Frog Holler at Johnny Brenda’s. Watch them play “Not Like Us” below and get tickets here.

Long-running jam band Gov’t Mule plays the second of two nights at The Tower Theater tonight. Warren Haynes and his bandmates this fall released the album Shout! on Blue Note Records, and the double disc set includes collaborations with Elvis Costello, Steve Winwood, Ben Harper, Dave Matthews, Dr. John, Toots Hibbert, Grace Potter and Jim James. Get information on the show here and watch an album trailer below.

Also tonight…

The Felice Brothers at Ardmore Music Hall (9:00 p.m., $15-$35, 21+)

Ryan Tennis at MilkBoy (8:30 p.m., $12, 21+)

Ben Vaughn Quintet at Tin Angel (7:30 p.m., 21+)

Trout Fishing in America at Ephrata Main Theatre (12:00 p.m., $25)

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