Six Picks Music: The Best in Local Music This Weekend (Feb 14-16)

Boo City Plays the Love Hangover Saturday (Photo: James Lastowski)

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Local Show of the Week: Love Hangover Saturday at Columbus Theatre (Providence)

A gaggle of local artists will be playing the Love Hangover show Saturday night to benefit RIOT (formerly Girls Rock RI) and One Gun Gone. Hosted by Ricky Rainbow Beard and Reba Mitchell, performers include Jen Long, Tai +Moon, Allysen and Ava Callery, Silverteeth and many others. This one will sell out – get your tickets here!

RISA Saturday at the Brooklyn Coffee Tea and Guest House (Providence)

Another fine evening of acoustic music awaits Saturday night at the Brooklyn Coffee Tea and Guest House. The Rhode Island Songwriters Association presents three leading artists including Steve Volkmann, Peter Maricle and The Lied To’s. Details here.

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Neal & The Vipers Saturay at Revival (Cranston)

Guitar genius Neal Vitullo and his band return to Cranston’s Revival Brewery Saturday night. Check out some IPA’s and some of the best rock and blues around. Details here.

Collective Soul Friday at Twin River (Lincoln)

Alt-Rock band Collective Soul brings their show to the Twin River Events Center Friday night. Just off their 25th Anniversary Tour, the band is known for such iconic hits as “Shine” and “Breathe.” A few tickets remain – click here for details.

Tish Adams Saturday at the Pump House Music Works (Wakefield)

Vocalist Tish Adams is a favorite on New England’s live music scene. She has a compelling stage presence and an extensive repertoire of time-honored Standards. She offers fresh interpretations, yet sets a sentimental mood – a passionate tribute to rich Jazz tradition with a dash of the Blues. Tickets available here.

Durand Jones Wednesday at the Met (Pawtucket)

Durand Jones & The Indications will bring a high energy show to The Met Wednesday, February 19th. The young band of twenty-somethings are students of soul and conjure the dynamism of Jackie Wilson, Curtis Mayfield, and the Impressions in concert. Check out their video below. Details here.