We're all about milestones because, unlike birthdays, no one minds racking up accident-free days, perfect attendance awards and decades of happy marriage. Bands are kind of like marriages, and local roots-music outfit Red June is about to commemorate five years together. That anniversary coincides with another piece of good news: The trio recently signed to Organic Records, a new eclectic Americana label from Crossroads Entertainment in Arden. Red June goes into the studio in December to begin work on a spring release. But first the band will celebrate with a show at The Grey Eagle on Saturday, Nov. 16. Amanda Anne Platt opens. 8 p.m., $10/$12. thegreyeagle.com. Photo by Bobby Amoroso
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