Six Picks Music: The Best in Local Music This Weekend (Jan. 10-12)

Heather Rose in Clover

WhistleStop Rock Festival Saturday at Askew (Providence)

Nine of New England’s best rock bands join forces to present WhistleStop Rock, a traveling festival tour taking place in Winter/Spring 2020. Bands include Chelsea’s Own, Powerslut and PVD’s own Heather Rose in Clover (above). Music begins at 3 PM – Earplugs optional. Details here.

Jeffrey Foucault Saturday at Common Fence Music (Portsmouth)

Wisconsin based folk singer-songwriter Jeffrey Foucault brings his music to Common Fence Music in Portsmouth Saturday night. Foucault’s sound has been described as “Immaculately tailored… Close to perfection,” by the New York Times. That certainly says a lot – not to be missed! Details here.

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Anthony Geraci and the Boston Blues All Stars Friday at Chan’s (Woonsocket)

Blues things up at Chan’s with the award-winning Boston band including pianist Anthony Geraci, Jeff Armstrong on drums, Michael Mudcat War on bass and Troy Gonya on guitar and Dennis Brennan on harp. Details here. 

Carl Sugerman Benefit Sunday at The Met (Pawtucket)

Sunday afternoon, head to The Met for a benefit for longtime RI music figure Carl Sugerman. Performers include Spogga, Joe Silva, Kris Hansen, Mark Cutler and The Same Thing Project, Boney and Manny Vincent from the Probers, Greg Rourke Band, The Bickersins, Dan Lilley and The Keepers with Juxo, Greg Allen Fringe Religion and Eric and the Nothing. Details here.

Blue Jayd Saturday at Bay Spring Community Center (Barrington)

Blue Jayd plays originals and classics from bands like Little Feat, Tedeschi Trucks, Allman Bros, Grateful Dead, and The Band. Check them out Saurday night at the Bay Springs Community Center in Barrington. Details here.

Everclear Thursday at the Greenwich Odeum (East Greenwich)

Known for the iconic 90’s alt-rock hits, Everclear makes their way to the Greenwich Odeum next Thursday, January 16th. Rock out to familiar hits like ‘Santa Monica,” and “Father of Mine.” Details here.

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