Tonight’s Concert Picks: Louie Louie at PhilaMOCA, Allison Crutchfield at First Unitarian Church, Free Range Folk at Johnny Brenda’s, and more…

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Louie Louie | photo by Tiana Timmerberg for WXPN
Louie Louie | photo by Tiana Timmerberg for WXPN

Retro rockers Louie Louie will headline PhilaMOCA tonight with Dark Web and Beat Jams. Their new album Friend of a Stranger dropped today via Born Losers Records, and you can hear them play songs from it live in their recent Key Studio Session. Stream video of their performance of “After Me” below. Then, head over to XPN’s Concert Calendar for tickets and more information on the show.

Allison Crutchfield and her live band The Fizz will headline First Unitarian Church tonight in support of her new record, Tourist in This Town. She’ll be joined by Radiator Hospital, Pinkwash, Try the Pie, and Empath. Stream the video for the album’s second single, “I Don’t Ever Wanna Leave California” below. Then, grab your tickets at XPN’s Concert Calendar.

Jim Thorpe, PA’s Free Range Folk refer to their lively blend of americana and bluegrass as “roots dirt rock”. While I only have a vague idea of what that might mean, I do know that their music is bursting at the seams with heart and soul, and you can catch them live at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. Check out a live performance of them playing the Sellersville Theater below. Then, find tickets and more information at XPN’s Concert Calendar.

Also Playing:

Joyce Manor at Chameleon Club (7:00 p.m., AA, $16-$18)

Marco Benevento at Ardmore Music Hall (8:00 p.m., 21+, $17-$27)

Meek Mill at Wells Fargo Center (7:00 p.m., AA, $39.50-$99.50)

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