Coal Town Rounders at Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8pm. Grafting their passion for Appalachian music and harmony singing to 21st century sensibilities, Northeast Pennsylvania-based quartet Coal Town Rounders occupy a space in time that is distinctly their own. Tickets: $19 advance, $24 general admission.
Jeremiah Tall at Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8pm. Tall is a one-man show based out of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. A hand-painted suitcase converted into a kick drum provides a backbone to his own throwback spin on folk rock. Tickets: $18 advance, $23 general admission.
The Dupont Brothers at Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8pm. The lyrics are perhaps as flowery as the music, poetry the basis for the construction of the tracks and a story clouded in ambiguity unfolding with each step. Tickets: $18-$23.
Nora Jane Struthers and the Party Line at Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8pm. Coming up within the tradition-minded bluegrass world, she spent her youth in a family band with her father. But since she’s been leading her own band, the Party Line, Struthers has poured more and more emotion into her songwriting. Tickets: $19-$24.
New West Guitar Group at Harmony Presents in the Hawley Silk Mill, 8pm. The group has developed a wide spread reputation as one of the premier guitar ensembles in the world. Tickets: $19-$24.
Sounds Like Teen Spirit open mic night at The Cooperage, 7-10pm. School-aged youth are encouraged to come share their performing art on stage. 570/253-2020.
Open Mic Night at The Cooperage, 7-10pm. This open mic will be lead by Ron Huber and Barry Butler. The board fills up quickly, so come early to sign-up. Donations appreciated. BYOB. 570/253-2020.
The band Somethin’ Else and comic JJ Ramirez at Cove Haven Resort, 8:30pm.
The Byrd Pressley Band and comic Drew Fraser at Cove Haven Resort, 8:30pm.
Winter concert at Pond Eddy Methodist Church, Berm-Church Road, 2pm. Several choirs, barbershop and piano. Refreshments severed.