Innovating tradition: Guitar and bass duo Benavides and Wolf bring jazz and blues undertones to its flamenco and Latin instrumentals for a a rhythmic and spry take on well-established genres. The duo celebrates the release of its latest album, Volver a la Tierra, at The Altamont Theatre on Thursday, March 14.
The Wind Whispers Peace: Traveling Bonfires, a locally-based community-building organization with a focus on the arts, presents an evening of music and poetry to celebrate its 11th anniversary on Saturday, March 16 at Westville Pub. Featured performers include The Caleb Beissert Band, Jaime Lauren Webb (pictured) and Pasckie Pascua, founder of the organization.
Glam-metal revival: Whatever you think of '80s hair metal, leather pants and rock bands in eyeliner, The Last Vegas certainly does it well. So well that Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx produced one of their albums, and we're pretty sure he knows his glam metal. The group takes a break from its current tour with Hinder for an intimate performance at The Yacht Club on Sunday, March 17.
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