Five Shows to Make Your Week

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With the holidays now behind us, it is time to start talking about upcoming shows again. Here are our picks for the week.

Connie May and her band play Grimross Brewing Co. Friday January 6 with Poets & liars and Joshua Osborne.

Saturday’s Child – A Grateful Dead Tribute at The Cap | Thursday January 5

Wilser’s Room hosts an evening of music dedicated to the timeless tunes of The Grateful Dead this Thursday when Saturday’s Child takes the stage. Doors at 7. Show at 8. View Event

Connie May + Poets & liars + Joshua Osborne at Grimross Brewing Co. | Friday January 6

Nova Scotia born musician Connie May brings her five-piece band to Fredericton for a show at Grimross Brewing Co. this Friday. Currently based in Boston where she attends the Berklee College of Music, May’s musical theatre background informs her set of pop and rhythm and blues with vibrant energy, powerful vocals, and a show-stopping performance. Kendra Gale’s latest project Poets & Liars joins with St. Andrews musician Joshua Osborne to kick the night off. 8 p.m. View Event

Heatseeker + Fogger + The Silver Tongued Devils at The Cap | Friday January 6

Heatseeker released their debut album back in June and have only played a handful of shows since, leaving raging rock fans demanding “more!” Together with Fogger and The Silver Tongued Devils, Friday night at The Cap should be a ripper to remember. 8:30 p.m. View Event

Dad Patrol + Too Bad Jim + Travis Flynn at The Cap | Saturday January 7

Here’s a big lineup: Dad Patrol, Too Bad Jim and Travis Flynn. Dad Patrol are currently one of the city’s most creative rock outfits blending strong pop and indie rock influences with a slight emo edge. Prolific songwriting that never repeats itself. Two-piece super-group Too Bad Jim play foot stomping blues rock. Dirty and gritty. And Travis Flynn, well, his 2022 album Ray of Sunshine was easily the sleeper album of the year. Great songs backed by boundless arrangements. Should be a time. 8:30 p.m. View Event

Sunday Music Showcase at York County Cider | January 8

Daisy Coburn hosts the Sunday Music Showcases at York County Cider on the second and fourth Sundays of the month. Wrap up the week with a relaxing listen. 1 – 4 pm. 

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