After all this snow, we sure could use a break from the harsh realities of winter.
And what better way than finding a warm, cozy establishment and listening to some live music?
We know, it sounds pretty good right about now.
Luckily, we did a lot of the leg work for you and found a few performances on the docket around town this week. You just have to decide which one to go to.
The Concord Coachmen will celebrate this season of love at the Woman’s Club of Concord (44 Pleasant St.) on Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Those masters of song, the Concord Coachmen will serenade any and all with a special Valentine’s Day program.
The Coachmen will be singing their most romantic and most popular songs – a combination of Barbershop, doo-wop, show tunes and popular music, all in four-part harmonies. Take that special someone in your life and enjoy an evening of melody.
Admission is $10, and payable to the Woman’s Club of Concord.
Evidence Lies, an original improvisational jam rock band based out of Concord, will be live at Area 23 on Friday from 8 to 11:30 p.m. Grab some brews and take in some tunes.
Granite State of Mind at NEC Concord will host a Neil Young tribute night on Saturday.
Local musicians will play well-known Neil Young songs, but will put their own spin on them to make it a unique experience. At the end of the show, everybody who performed will take the stage together and play a few songs as a group.
Doors open at 5 p.m., with the show beginning at 5:30. And it’s free!
As always, your go-to underground bar will have a pair of shows this week, with Dopamine on Thursday and Amorphous on Saturday. Go both nights!
Concord Community Music School
The local spot for learning the art of musical fusion will host a student jazz recital next Tuesday at 7 p.m. It is free and open to the public.
As you probably well know, Hermanos is a great place to catch an intimate show. And this week, there will be plenty to see.
On Wednesday, Paul Heckel takes the stage, followed by Richard Gardzina on Thursday and Andrew Greene on Saturday. All shows are at 6:30 p.m. and there is no cover.