The dust hasn't even settled on the weekend, and this week's musical calendar is already looking full. Here's a roundup of our picks for the musical happenings around town this week.
Monday, March 8
Tonight, of course, is the Jenny Owen Youngs show with Bess Rogers and Allison Weiss at Iota Club and Cafe. 8:30 pm, $12
Tuesday, March 9
If you didn't score tickets to the sold out Dropkick show at the 9:30 Club, mosey across the river to Iota Club and Cafe to check out Justin Trawick's monthly acoustic residency with special guest Scout Niblett. 8:30 pm, $10.
Wednesday, March 10
Title Tracks is the new project from John Davis, formerly of Georgie James and Q & Not U. Catch him at the Black Cat Backstage with The Ambitions and Gary B & the Notions. 9:00 pm, $10.
Wednesday also witnesses a Goodie Mob Reunion, featuring Gnarls Barkley singer Cee-Lo, at the 9:30 Club. Bobby Ray, aka B.o.B., opens the show. I predict a sellout, so buy your tickets now. 7:00 pm, $27.50.
Thursday, March 11
The Low Anthem bring their spacey take on folk/Americana to the 9:30 Club, with MetroMusicScene favorite Vandaveer opening. 7:00 pm, $15.
California indie quartet The Morning Benders, whose Spectorian take on their song Excuses became a viral video sensation, hit the Black Cat Backstage in support of their new album Big Echo. Miniature Tigers and Acrylics open the show. 9:00 pm, $10 adv/$12 DOS.
Friday, March 12
MetroMusicScene favorite Matthew Ryan headlines a show at Iota Club and Cafe with his thoughtful take on acoustic rock, with Garrison Starr opening. 9:00 pm, $15.
The Suckers play inspired, occasionally raucous and often 80s-inflected rock. They're at the Black Cat with NPR favorite Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson, Shilpa Ray & Her Happy Hookers, and Laughing Man. 9:00 pm, $12.
Saturday, March 13
Here We Go Magic headlines a show at the Rock & Roll Hotel with April Smith & the Great Picture Show and Glass Ghost on Saturday. 8:30 pm, $10 adv/$12 DOS.