Tonight’s Concert Picks: Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties at The Foundry, The End of America at Boot & Saddle, A.M. Mills at Ortlieb’s

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Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties | photo via facebook.com/aaronwestandtheroaringtwenties

Dan Campbell brings his Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties project to The Foundry tonight. The Wonder Years’ frontman by day, Campbell started this conceptual folk-rock band as “a character study conducted through music” last year. His first release under the moniker was We Don’t Have Each Other, which will be performed in its entirety tonight. Tickets and information for the show can be found here; watch “Our Apartment” below.

Philadelphia based folk rockers The End of America headline Boot & Saddle tonight. The trio started a video series earlier this year called “The Decade Sessions,” for which they film covers of songs they like from ten years ago. Check out their  video of Circa Survive’s “Act Appalled” below. Tickets and information for the 21+ show can be found here.

A.M. Mills are a somewhat mysterious alt-country project out of Philadelphia. They released their first track, “Wreckin’ My World,” a year ago and quickly followed it up with “Window Box,” and played their first show at Union Transfer in March of 2014 as an opener for The War on Drugs. Watch a live performance of the former below and pick up tickets for tonight’s show here.

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