This Week in Great Music: 3/21 – 3/27

In my haze of being back to work after a couple of sick days and the weekend, I forgot to put this up earlier. Here it is now. I’m not sure what I’m doing with my music time this week, although I feel like I should try to make it out to something — I haven’t made it out to a single show this month!

Monday, March 21
Kelly Hogan, Scott Ligon; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 sugged donation
Sam Amidon, Angel Olsen; Schubas. 8 pm, $10

Tuesday, March 22
JJ Grey, Shannon McNally; SPACE. 7 pm, $18-30
Ron Sexsmith, Caitlin Rose; Schubas. 8 pm, $15

Wednesday, March 23
Eli Paperboy Reed and the True Loves, Delmar and the Dedications; Subterranean. 8 pm, $12
Jill Sobule, John Doe; Lincoln Hall. 9 pm, $20

Thursday, March 24
Warpaint, PVT, Family Band; Lincoln Hall. 9 pm, sold out

Friday, March 25
John McCutcheon, Tracy Grammer; Old Town School of Folk Music. 8 pm, $18-22
Kaki King, Washington; SPACE. 8 pm, $20-34
Mucca Pazza; Mayne Stage. 9 pm, $12-14
Rocky Votolato, Matt Pond; Subterranean. 10 pm, $13-15

Saturday, March 26
Tim O’Brien, Bryan Sutton, Chris Smither; Old Town School of Folk Music. 7 pm & 10 pm, $24-28
Sons of the Never Wrong, Bruce Roper; SPACE. 7 pm, $17-30
Amos Lee, The Secret Sisters; the Vic. 7:30 pm, sold out
Las Guitarras de Espana; Mayne Stage. 7:30 pm, $25
The Rural Alberta Advantage, James Vincent McMorrow; Lincoln Hall. 10 pm, $15

Sunday, March 27
British Sea Power, A Classic Education; Lincoln Hall. 8 pm, $14