Weekend: Eddy Detroit, Indian Jewelry, Candye Kane, I Am AZ Music at The MIM, and Pusha T
Have you locked your weekend plans down yet? There's plenty going on -- on Source Victoria plays the Yucca on Friday, and Saturday night features three shows that couldn't be more different: Glam-rockers The Darkness, legendary singer Glen Campbell, and Michelle Blades CD release show.
But there's more than all of that. Tonight, long time folk-punk poet Eddy Detroit heads to Ghost of Eastside. . His sets these days are comprised mostly of quirky, mandolin-based folk than his percussive, free-associate past, but that doesn't mean Detroit has mellowed out, per se. His songs are still weird and still adventurous.
Read on for details, and for four more gigs to catch this weekend.
Friday, February 17:
Eddy Detroit, Bats and Wolves, Sunn Trio, and Sauerkraut-destro at the Ghost of Eastside.
Indian Jewelry brings the freak-out noise to Trunk Space.
Saturday, February 18:
Candi Kane brings her big blues voice to The Rhythm Room.
Arizona Territorial Brass Band, Walt Richardson and the Peaceful Warriors and What Laura Says will perform as part of the Musical Instrument Museum's I Am AZ Music exhibit.
Sunday, February 19:
Pusha T headlines a Vice Magazine after party at the Clubhouse Music Venue.
(See our sister blog Jackalope Ranch for more details.)