This Week in Great Music: 1/10 – 1/16

Tomorrow Never Knows 2011 kicks off this week, with shows at Schubas, Lincoln Hall, and Metro.  Some year, I’ll be able to do something wacky like go to a show every night.  This is not that year.  I’ll be at the Marketa Irglova show for my one TNK 2011 stop this year.  Should be good.

Monday, January 10
Robbie Fulks, Beau Sample; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation

Tuesday, January 11
Hemmingbirds, Great Life, Property of Saints; Martyrs’. 8 pm, $7

Wednesday, January 12
The Helio Sequence, Sun Airway, Houses, California Wives; Lincoln Hall. 8 pm, $15

Thursday, January 13
The Besnard Lakes, Frankie Rose and the Outs, Lia Ices, A Lull; Lincoln Hall. 8 pm, $15
Marketa Irglova, Sam Amidon, Jeremy Messersmith, Bone and Bell; Schubas. 8 pm, sold out

Friday, January 14
Twin Shadow, Fol Chen, Brahms, Apache Beat; Schubas. 9 pm, sold out
Freddie Gibbs, Shad, Rita J; Metro. 9 pm, $15

Saturday, January 15
James McMurtry, Del Barber; Old Town School of Folk Music. 7 pm & 10 pm, $18-22
Too Hot To Handel: The Jazz Gospel Messiah, Auditorium Theatre. 7:30 pm, $30-69
Handsome Furs, Jaill, Oberhofer, Cloud Nothings; Lincoln Hall. 9 pm, $15

Sunday, January 16
Too Hot To Handel: The Jazz Gospel Messiah, Auditorium Theatre. 3 pm, $30-69
S. Carey, Darwin Deez, Young Man, Lionlimb; Schubas. 9 pm, $15