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TUESDAY, June 19
THE ENGLISH BEAT with THE ROMANTICS Buster’s, 899 Manchester St., 9 p. m., ages 18+, $28 /$30.
Southland Jamboree presents Stoney Creek Collins Bowling Center, 205 Southland Dr, 7 p.m., free.
Greg Foresman, Bob Stange, Tom Green Natasha’s, 112 Esplanade Alley, 8 p.m., $7. From the venue website
“Greg Foresman is best known as Martina McBride’s lead guitarist, but he is also a gifted and versatile Nashville singer-songwriter. From ballads to rock ‘n roll and solid blues, Greg creates and performs strongly inspired, memorable songs.
Bob Stange has performed as a solo artist and as a member of several outstanding Lexington bands. Bob’s songs are about the roads he’s traveled, true love, and the faith that sustains him. Listen closely; Bob may be telling your story too.
Tom Green is a fan favorite here at Natasha’s. A fine songwriter in many styles from Tin Pan Alley to Music Row, Tom plays regularly at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville and has performed with Nick Stump, Lee Carroll, and Rodney Hatfield.”
Brandon Lee Adams Jam Willie’s Locally Known , 805 North Limestone, 7 p.m.
Big Band and Jazz Series: Dan Brock and Friends Moondance Amphitheater , 1152 Monarch St, 7p.m.
WEDNESDAY, June 20
Jessie Laine Powell Natasha’s, 112 Esplanade Alley, 8:30 p.m., $8, 8:30 pm
Languid Blue Al’s Bar 601 North Limestone Street 9 p.m.,
Slaid Cleaves Cosmic Charlie’s, 388 Woodland Ave. 8 p.m., ages 18+, $12/$15
From the venue website “Born on June 9, 1964, in Berwick, Maine, Slaid Cleaves… began his career as a ‘busker,’ singing on the streets of Cork, Ireland, while attending college there in 1985. Returning to the U.S., he formed the roots-rocking Moxie Men in 1989, playing extensively throughout New England and winning a semi-finalist slot in Musician Magazine‘s best unsigned band contest. Having outgrown the small but vital music scene in Portland, Maine, he landed in the roots-rock Mecca of Austin, Texas, in 1991. There, he rose swiftly through the ranks of the local singer-songwriter scene.”
THURSDAY, June 21
THE VIBROLAS Green Lantern, 497 W. 3rd St., 8p.m., ages 21+
Aquariums; Lance Whalen Al’s Bar, 601 North Limestone Street, 9p.m.,
Jenna Paulette Natasha’s ,112 Esplanade Alley, 9p.m., $5. From the venue websiteJenna Paulette is Country/Pop at it’s best. You can expect to hear a soulful voice that speaks to your heart, balanced by the edgy radio friendly sound that is loved by today’s listeners on Jenna’s record and concert performances. She is entertaining to watch, capturing the audience with her witty star-quality. Jenna’s shows, however, are not only full of fun and crazy instrumentals, exciting sing alongs, and funny, relatable stories, but the listener will be left with a message underlying each song. While the songs are fun, they leave you with a sense of belonging. Jenna writes with the listener in mind.”