Live Music To See: Jan. 22-24

By Cara Wegener
In Culture

Looking for live music this weekend? Here are the shows we’ve got on our radars:

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Jan. 22:

Hannah Aldridge live at The Stage @ KDHX w/ Phoebe Elliott
8pm, $10

Combining the sounds of Muscle Shoals, AL and Nashville, TN—both cities she’s spent time in while growing up—Hannah Aldridge writes soulful songs of heartbreak, love and life. Learn more about Aldridge in our interview with the Southern songstress.

Dropkick The Robot @ Foam w/ brotherfather, The Fade
9pm, FREE

This local indie pop/rock lineup will either have you relaxed and invested, or up our of your seat dancing.

Jessica Lea Mayfield @ Off Broadway w/ Summer Magic (Kevin Bachmann) and Forgotten Son (members of Pretty Little Empire)
8pm, $12 adv./ $15 dos

Jessica Lea Mayfield’s album ‘Make My Head Sing’ was deemed “innovative and genre-bending” by Rolling Stone. This memorable rock ‘n’ roll show is not one to miss!

Jan. 22-23- Street Fighting Band: Rolling Stones Tribute @ Old Rock House 
8pm, $15 (Two nights!)

If you’re a Stone’s fan, enough said.

Jan. 23:

Stephen Kellogg & His Band @ Duck Room 
8pm, $17 adv./ $20 dos

It’s a special night for this singer-songwriter who will be joined by his band after touring solo nationwide. It’s sure to be an exciting time!

Foster McGinty @ The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy 
8pm, $10

Out of Nashville, TN, Foster McGinty combines signature ’60s psychedelic sounds with Americana feels to cultivate an original, high-energy show.

Jan. 23-24 Weekend For Bernie @ The Demo
7pm, $10 (Two nights jam packed with local music!)

Experience a two-night event in support of Bernie Sanders’ political campaign including a diverse lineup of local talent. Expect everything from folk to electronica.

Jan. 24:

Old Souls Revival New Album Listening Party @ Music Record Shop 
2pm-4pm, FREE (Includes acoustic performance!)

Support local business and local music in one Sunday funday. Stay tuned for ALIVE’s interview with both Old Souls Revival and Music Record Shop’s record guru, Dan Sexauer.

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