Sydney, Australia’s Middle Kids are in the midst of a lengthy tour over here in the States, and tonight they bring their eclectic folk-tinged indie rock to Johnny Brenda’s. The band first made a splash last year with the release of their first two singles, and now they have a self-titled debut EP. If you still need to be convinced of how good the band is, just know that Elton John is a fan. Bel Heir opens tonight’s show; find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar. Below, watch Middle Kids’ World Cafe session from last year’s Sense Of Place: Sydney.
Dream-pop five-piece Queue are relative newcomers to the music scene — and though they’re split between D.C. and Philly, we’ll still claim their World Cafe Live performance tonight as a hometown show. They’re opening for L.A. alternative electronic artist Zealyn, a stacked lineup for sure. I feel like I have to make this pun so here it is … find tickets to the show here so you don’t end up waiting in too long of a queue. Also, read The Key’s interview with the band.
Blues Traveler frontman and harmonica aficionado John Popper is currently touring solo, and he makes a stop tonight at the Sellersville Theater. The show should draw an enthusiastic crowd of Blues fans, but there’s no telling what could happen in a Popper solo set (but the famous harmonica is definitely guaranteed). Katrina Wolverton opens the show. Find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar, and take in some of Popper’s harmonica skills in the video below.
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