Lee Fields & the Expressions
8 p.m. Tremont Music Hall, 400 W. Tremont Ave. $13-$17. www.ticketfly.com.
If you missed his December concert, the veteran soul singer is back. Hailing from Wilson, N.C. – but moving to NYC for a successful soul career in the ’70s – he’s North Carolina’s stellar answer to the hot soul revival of artists like Sharon Jones and Charles Bradley.
11 p.m. Coyote Joe’s, 4621 Wilkinson Blvd. $20-$25. www.etix.com.
While modern-day Nashville is polished to rival the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, this rugged ACM and CMA winner recalls the grittier work of Waylon and Willie. In fact, his latest album is a tribute collection to late ’60s and ’70s country songwriter Hank Cochran.
6 p.m. Tremont Music Hall, 400 W. Tremont Ave. $29.99-$35. www.ticketfly.com.
The veteran thrash band continues its endless comeback reunion with a new covers EP and a headlining slot on the Metal Alliance Tour. With Shadows Fall (whose Jon Donais is pulling double duty as Anthrax’s guitarist), Exodus, Municipal Waste, and Holy Grail.
10 p.m. Evening Muse, 3227 N. Davidson St. $8-$10. www.eveningmuse.com.
You may have heard these two NYC acts in ads for iTunes (Chappo) or Victoria’s Secret (Dynasty Electric). Chappo is a theatrical dance-rock foursome whose members have moonlighted in the rock band Of Montreal. Dynasty Electric is the latest edition of the electro-rock duo (which played the Milestone as Dynasty in 2005).
6:30 p.m. Visulite Theatre, 1615 Elizabeth Ave. $26.50-$28.50. www.visulite.com.
Having ended his run with rock band Jack’s Mannequin last November, the leukemia survivor/frontman (who also sings for Something Corporate) previews his upcoming solo album, due April 30. Alaskan native Kate Earl opens with classic Americana-laced pop.
10 p.m. Phoenix, 300 N. College St. $15-$30 VIP. http://markusschulzcharlotte-facebook.eventbrite.com.
The critically acclaimed German trance DJ – who has worked with Madonna, Jewel and Depeche Mode – brings his Scream Tour to the uptown club. With electronic trio The M Machine, whose live vocals bridge sci-fi/fantasy, house music and gentle indie dance-rock.
The Whiskey Gentry/The Brothers Comatose
8 p.m. Evening Muse, 3227 N. Davidson St. $8-$10. 704-376-3737.
There’s a soulful familiarity to these two family-based bands – one (Whiskey Gentry) with a husband and wife at its heart; the other (The Brothers Comatose) a pair of siblings. Whiskey Gentry features classic country female vocals and a bluegrass band; the brothers blend harmonies and picking into a folk-rock and new grass stew.
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