Six Picks Music: The Best in Local Music This Week (November 8-14)

Each week, we highlight some of the best in local music – this week is no different. Check out “Six Picks” Music below!

Ruben Studdard Friday at the Park Theatre (Cranston)

Ruben Sings Luther is Ruben Studdard’s new tribute to the one and only Luther Vandross. Studdard rose to fame as the much-loved winner of the second season of American Idol and received a Grammy Award nomination in December 2003 for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for “Superstar.” Details here.

Local Show of the Week: Neutral Nation Friday at The Met (Pawtucket)

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Local punk icons and RI Music Hall of Fame inductees Neutral Nation celebrate 37.5 years at The Met Friday. Benny Sizzler, Eric and the Nothing and KiSSiNG KONTEST open. Prepare to rawk! Details here.

Old Dominion Friday at Dunkin Donuts Center Friday (Providence)

Acclaimed country band Old Dominion brings their “Make It Sweet Tour” to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center Friday. The band won “Group of the Year” at the 54th Annual ACM Awards earlier this year. Michael Ray and Ryan Hurd open. Details here.

Nicholas Jamerson at Askew Friday (Providence)

Country roots are front and center at Askew Friday with a nice triple bill featuring Nicholas Jamerson, Bible Studies and Kat Wolff. Details here.

George Winston Sunday at the Greenwich Odeum (East Greenwich)

Piano giant George Winston brings his Autumn show to the Greenwich Odeum Sunday.  The veteran keyboardist continues to compose new music, releasing his 15th solo piano album, Restless Wind, earlier this year. Details here.

Music at The Find on 6 Saturday (Johnston)

Saturday night check out a pair of duos, Lori Diamond and Fred Abatelli, and Steve Allain and Tracie Potochnik at The Find on Rt. 6 in Johnston. Doors at 7:00, music at 7:30 pm. Please remember its bring your own food and drinks and pass the hat to pay the Performers.Details here.