Friday night at Patton Alley Pub, Deep Fried Squirrel will be playing their own version of bluegrass. The show starts at it is a 21 and up show and will set you back about 5 bucks.
Next up is a post-New Year's Eve part at Cartoons with Brookline Station. The show starts at and is only a $5 cover.
Next Saturday you are going to have to make some tough choices. Really, do you like Johnny Cash's music or do you like to watch a guy be a one man band?
There is the annual One More Round tribute show to the music of Johnny Cash. The show starts at and will set you back 10 bones. Turns out it's 45 years almost to the day that the Folsom Prison Blues record was recorded, so it's fitting that one of the bands performing will play this in its entirety. The bands will be the Deadnettles and also St Dallas and the Sinners -- both of which are more than capable of making this an awesome night to remember the music of Johnny Cash.
The other choice you have for next Saturday is a one man band in the form of Keller Williams. He will be at the Gillioz Theatre next Saturday starting at Tickets start at $22.50. Basically it's just him and his guitar. He uses a series of effect pedals that loop what he is doing, so he can play a rhythm part, then repeat it, then a lead part, then repeat it, and then he can improvise over that.As always you can find out more about these events on my website 1047thecave.com or just search for The Mike The Intern Experience podcast on iTunes.