Mercury Café, 2199 California St., presents: Stage C at the Mercury Café, a
mix of jazz, poets, improv, storytelling and
Featuring Better Than Biscuits and J.J. Fraser, plus poet Hilary DePolo, hosted by Trinity Demask
and Kay Ford Johnsen, Sat., June 2, 7p.m. $5. Info: stagec.com.
Swallow Hill Music Association, 71 E. Yale Ave., presents: Grammy-winning folk
and bluegrass banjoist Alison Brown and her band, Sat., June 30, 8p.m., in
Daniels Hall. Brown first gained recognition as lead banjo player in Alison
Krauss’ Union Station in 1989.
Shady Grove Picnic Series at Four Mile
Historic Park, Wednesdays, 715 S. Forest St., opens June 20 with Clay
Kirkland and Al Chessis; June 27, Frank Fairfield
w/Two Thin Dimes. Doors open at 6p.m., music at 6:30. Bring a picnic, and bike
in for member pricing ($7). Tickets at door only.
Daniels Hall: Bob Lind and Danny O’Keefe,
June 2; Patrick Dethlefs album release, 8; April Verch Trio, 15; The Other Side of Rabbi Joe Black &
Julie Silver, 16.
Tuft Theatre: Finnders
& Youngberg, June 2; Claude Bourbon (World Music Night), 8; Best
of Open Stage, 15; Nostalgia Music Group, 22; Dan Navarro, 23; Sea Stars,
Top of the Hill Faculty Concert Series,
showcasing the world-class musicians of Swallow Hill’s music school staff:
Josie Quick, Sat., June 16, 8p.m.
Info/tickets at swallowhillmusic.org
or call 303-777-1003.