Weekend music scene

Friday, August 5
Christian Dupree
Sonoma songwriter/crooner performs tunes from his new “Kaleidoscope” release. $10-$13, includes new CD. 6 p.m. Readers’ Books. 939.1779.

Jon Popenoe Blues Band
6:30 p.m. Picnic-worthy grooves, live at the Sebastiani Winery.

Kai Devitt-Lee Trio
A guitar ace with a veteran’s resume at all of 17 years old, Devitt-Lee is joined by Joe Cohen on sax, Mile Wick on bass and Smith Dobson on drums. Presented by the Sonoma Valley Jazz Society. 7 p.m. No cover. Plaza Bistro. 996.4466.

The Mickey Hart Band
Best known for his percussive pyrotechnics with the Grateful Dead, Hart emerges from his Sebastopol recoding studio for a gig featuring new material, Dead tunes and World Music a la his Grammy-winning “Global Drum Project.” 8 p.m. $25-$35. Napa Valley Opera House. 226.7372. Nvoh.com.

Loose Shoes
Mountain, Country and Delta blues.
8 p.m. Murphy’s Irish Pub. 935.0660.

Jason Boldovich and Organix Guitar
9 p.m. Hopmonk Tavern. 935.9100.

Saturday, August 6

John Howland
Bay Area guitarist/songwriter goes full patio with lap steel and slide guitar.
1 p.m. Hopmonk Tavern. 935.9100.

The Riverside Renegades
7:30 p.m. Olde Sonoma Public House.

Andrew Freeman
8 p.m. Murphy’s Irish Pub. 935.0660.

Jaime Drake and Jake Newton
9 p.m. Hopmonk Tavern. 935.9100.

Cynthia Tarr Trio
A performer and session singer in L.A., Tarr brings her sultry style to jazz, swing and blue-eyed soul. Cliff Hugo on bass and Larry Steelman on piano work the bottom line. Presented by the Sonoma Valley Jazz Society. 7 p.m. No cover. Plaza Bistro. 996.4466.

Sunday, August 7

Green World Music Festival
Twenty bands covering all musical realms, including sound of Suriname, Senegal, The Caribbean, Pakistan, Japan as well as local favorites, converge on Sonoma’s Arnold Field for a 10-hour festival. Ages 13+. $20, 12 and under free. 721.5599.

Petaluma Music Festival
The Devil Makes Three and The Mother Hips top a bill of 15+ indie bands for the 4th annual fundraiser for local school. Three music stages, plus food, beverage and vendor booths. $25 advance. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds, Petaluma.

John Craigie
Folk singer, strummer and accidental poet.
1 p.m. Hopmonk Tavern. 935.9100.

Out of the Blue
Blues, swing and rock.
6:30 p.m. Murphy’s Irish Pub. 935.0660.

Tuesday, August 9

Dana Land & Her Sexytet
Free jazz concert in Sonoma Plaza. See story on page 20. Presented by the Sonoma Valley Jazz Society. 6 p.m. Grinstead Amphitheatre.

Marshall Crenshaw
Twenty-five years and 14 albums after his rookie hit with the Buddy Holly-nouveau toe-tapper “Someday, Someway,” guitarist Crenshaw plays 40-50 shows a year on what he dubs “the NPR singer-songwriter circuit.” $21. 8 p.m. Mystic Theatre, Petaluma.
735.2121.

Huey Lewis and The News
The heart of rock and roll, circa 1984. More. 7:30 p.m. $25-$40. Chris Beck Arena, Sonoma County Fair, Santa Rosa.

The Gentlemen Soldiers
Pogues cover band takes its name from the traditional Irish folk song.
7 p.m. Murphy’s Irish Pub. 935.0660.

Thursday, August 11

Third Party
7:30 p.m. Olde Sonoma Public House.

Trace Adkins
One of country music big names, the King of the “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” has had twenty-eight singles land on Billboard’s country chart, with 14 breaking into the Top 10. 7:30 p.m. $25-$40. Chris Beck Arena, Sonoma County Fair, Santa Rosa.


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