Tonight’s Concert Picks: Ryley Walker at Philadelphia Museum of Art, Alvvays at Union Transfer, Rosanne Cash at Sellersville Theater, and more

Ryley Walker
Ryley Walker | Photo by Rachel Del Sordo |

Indie folk singer Ryley Walker is back in Philly to play the Museum of Art; its his first local appearance since 2016, when he played Philly following the release of his Golden Sings That Have Been Sung. Walker’s appeal lies in his ever-changing sound, something he’s lucky is so flexible. Last month, he released a music video for “Lonesome Traveller” with Bill MacKay, who he frequently duets with. You can find them both on their midwest Lonesome Traveller tour this winter, but not before you stop by the Philadelphia Museum of Art to catch a Walker solo show. Tickets and more information on the show can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.

Toronto-based indie pop band Alvvays brings their new Antisocialites LP to Union Transfer tonight. Known for their retro dream pop style, Alvvays recently released a video for “Dreams Tonite,” which you can watch below. Tickets and more information on the show can be found here.

Singer-songwriter favorite Rosanne Cash has crossed over a spectrum of musical genres during the course of her career — folk, pop, rock, blues, and Americana. Her latest release was 2014’s acclaimed The River and the Thread. Watch the album trailer below and get tickets and information on her show tonight at the Sellersville Theater at the XPN Concert Calendar.


Also Playing:

Rhett Miller at Arden Gild Hall (8 p.m., $25, all ages)

Vetiver at Johnny Brenda’s (8 p.m., $15, 21+)

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