Tim Kasher speaks the voice of Saddle Creek records, one of the quintissential indie rock labels. The frontman from Cursive and The Good Life performs his newer solo material at The Space in Hamden on March 12. Tickets are $12 through manicproductions.org.
*(note: an earlier version mistakenly listed March 27 as the date of Tim Kasher. The correct date is March 12)
Yes is coming to MGM Grand at Foxwoods, and will be performing what promises to be an ultimate live experience for their fans.
Joining in with a trend that seems to be developing of classic rock artists performing entire albums live, the prog rockers plan to play the albums ‘The Yes Album’ and ‘Close To The Edge’ back to back in their entirety. Tickets for the April 5 concert at the casino are on sale now, from $20 to $45, at foxwoods.com.
Remember Aaron Carter? It may be from the Disney Channel, or as the younger brother of Backstreet Boys’s Nick Carter. Well either way, he’s sold a lot of records, and is performing at the Iron Horse on March 5. Tickets are on sale now for $20 at iheg.com (or $25 at the door).
Over at the Webster Theatre in Hartford, Flyleaf and Drowning Pool play as part of a two-venue event on Feb. 23. Local acts, yet to be announced, will be performing at the Webster Underground next door, while the touring bans play the main stage. Tickets are on sale now for $20 at webstertheatre.com.
Rockabilly troubadour Fred Eaglesmith is coming to the Hungry Tiger on Jan. 24. VIP seats are $18, with general admission at $15. Tickets are available at thehungrytiger.com or 860-649-1195.
Infinity Hall has Duncan Sheik playing on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14 for $39 and $59. Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds are there on Feb. 28 for $30 and $45. Both go on sale Dec. 27 at infinityhall.com.
The Iron Horse has Ramona Falls performing Feb. 1, and Kishi Bashi with Tall Tall Trees on Jan 30. Both shows are $10 and on sale now at iheg.com.
Coming Up This Week:
Part of the proceeds from this Saturday’s show with Two Gallants and The Proud Flesh at The Space in Hamden are going to benefit the victims of the Sandy Hook shooting. It’s a way to see two great bands and help a good cause.
The 2012 Jingle Bell Rock and Metal Fest is at the Webster Theatre and Underground on Saturday night.
Johnny Winter is at the Iron Horse Saturday as well.
Max Creek helps ring in Hartford’s New Year at Great Hall at Union Station, while Cyndi Lauper performs the duties at Mohegan Sun.