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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Younger Me at The Fire, Mason Jennings at World Cafe Live, Mark Lanegan at Underground Arts, and more…

YMThey helped us though the end of summer with their “Swimming Pool” video and started the Fall on the right note with their two-track 7″ preview via Bandcamp. Now join York / Lancaster native Younger Me at The Fire tonight for their second 7″ release show. To help celebrate the evening, the indie pop-rock trio will share the stage with Philly local Lucy Stone and Philadelphia based Family Vacation. Prepare for the show by listening and downloading their two track preview below. Find tickets and details for tonight’s 21+ performance here.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Twin Sister at Johnny Brenda’s, Ghostface Killah at The Blockley, Beausoleil at World Cafe Live, Boz Scaggs at Keswick Theatre

Twin-Sister-Shaking-Through-1Funky dream pop band Twin Sister plays at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. The band moves within elements of sound, all staying roughly onthe dreamy side, but also mixing indie pop with chillwave. Their album In Heaven was released in September of 2011. Tickets and information for the 21+ show with Lockets and Acres of Diamonds can be found here. Below, enjoy the music video for Twin Sister’s “All Around And Away We Go” from their Color Your Life EP.

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Boz Scaggs playing Keswick Theatre in May

The legendary Boz Scaggs is performing at the Keswick Theatre on Sunday, May 12th. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, February 18th at 10am. Scaggs releases his new album, MEMPHIS on March 5th. His first studio album in five years, MEMPHIS was produced by Steve Jordan and includes covers songs like “Rainy Night in Georgia,” “Mixed Up Shook Up Girl,” and several new original songs. The album was recorded at the legendary Royal Studios in Memphis, where Willie Mitchell produced many of Al Green’s albums. Some of the studio musicians on the album inclued Willie Weeks (bass), Spooner Oldham (keyboards) Ray Parker, Jr.(guitar) and Jordan on drums. While the show will likely feature songs from his new album, we’re hoping Scaggs dips into one of the one of the greatest albums ever made before the night is over. And if he busts out “Loan Me A Dime,” we may cry. Go here for tickets and more information about the show.

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