Erin Harp and the Delta Swingers
8 p.m. Friday. One Longfellow Square, 181 State St., Portland, $ 15 in advance, $ 20 day of show. onelongfellowsquare.com
With songs like “Lonely Leavin ‘Town”, “Shake Your Hips” and “Good Luck Baby”, you’ll bask to the sound of boogie, blues and more from Boston’s Erin Harp & The Delta Swingers. Harp will open her own show with a set of her country blues duo with her husband Jim Countryman, playing tunes from their 2020 album “Meet Me in the Middle”. Harp’s songs have been featured on television shows including Showtime’s “Shameless”, MTV’s “Veronica Mars” and Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations”, among others. Expect your toes to tap enthusiastically all night long.
Satisfaction: The International Rolling Stones Show
9 p.m. Saturday. Aura, 121 Center Street, Portland, $ 19.50, $ 29.50. auramaine.com
For over two decades Satisfaction: The International Rolling Stones Show has launched audiences with shows that are absolute gas. The Wild Horses couldn’t distract them from their commitment to recreating the Rolling Stones’ performances, and the Paint it Back show is a three-act production that features the famous Stones tour from 1965 to 1982 with costumes, instruments and performances. appropriate multimedia elements. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards won’t be there, but you can, a glass of wine in hand.
Brian Fallon and the howling time
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 11. State Theater, 609 Congress St., Portland, reserved seats $ 25- $ 35. statetheatreportland.com
Singer-songwriter Brian Fallon is known as the singer and rhythm guitarist of rock band The Gaslight Anthem, but he also has four solo albums to his name. “Local Honey” was released in 2020 and the holiday album “Night Divine” was released in November. He and his live band, The Howling Weather, kick off their extensive North American and European tour with a performance at the State Theater. The rock group The Dirty Nil and the punk group Worriers open the show.
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