Tonight’s Concert Picks: The End of America at Johnny Brenda’s, Mercury Girls at Boot & Saddle, Haley Bonar at World Cafe Live

The End of America | photo by Sean Quilty
The End of America | photo by Sean Quilty

The time has come for The End of America to celebrate the release of their new LP at Johnny Brenda’s. We premiered the self-titled record last week, getting an early listen to the trio’s songs about hope and challenges written after some difficult experiences. Check out “Russian Fortune” below and pick up tickets for the 21+ show here.

Mercury Girls lead a stacked line-up of locals at Boot & Saddle tonight. The Key’s Kate Bracaglia caught up with the five-piece for a Summertime Sips feature, wherein the band talks summer trouble, summer music and their up-coming plans (which include a new album and a huge tour with Balance & Composure). So catch them while you can, along with Woven In and Free Cake for Every Creature. Tickets for the 21+ show can be found here.

Minnesota’s Haley Bonar brings her new Impossible Dream album to the upstairs stage at World Cafe Live tonight. Written as a mediation on and reflection of her past, the songs on Bonar’s new record are both deeply personal and extremely relatable. Check out “Kismet Kill” below and pick up tickets for the intimate show here.



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