Music Thursday

A Boy Named Tragedy, Aide-de-Camp (Halifax), Dearly Beloved (Toronto) $5, Roxxy’s

Acoustic Insiders, Martini Bar

ALL AGES SHOW (709 Metal Fest III)  Fireign, sHeavy, Cyprian, Embers Fade, Flatline and Incidium. $7 adv -$10 door, St. John’s Curling Club

Amelia Curran & The Mercy Band (CD Release) 10pm, CBTG’s

Andrew Ledrew & Barry Ledrew, 9pm, Sundance

Brad Jefford Trio, Harbour cruise w/ finger food & cash bar, 7-10pm, call 726-9693

Bump (live music) Greensleeves

Colin Harris (solo acoustic) Fat Cat

Darrell Duke (CD Release) w/ guests Damian Follett, Jill Porter, Joy Norman, Sabrina Roberts & Kayla Pittman, 8pm, Bridie Malloy’s

Denielle Hann (vocalist) 6-9pm, Larry Foley & Patrick Moran 10:30-close, O’Reilly’s

DJ Competition, w/ DJ OTG, 11-6am, Junctions

Fuse, 9:30pm, George Street Beer Market

Ian Foster Band, Bridgebuilder, Rhythm, 10pm, Primers (Burtons Pond, MUN)

Karaoke w/ Jonathon Young, Bella Vista

Karaoke, 9pm-1am, Tol’s Time Out, Mount Pearl
Karaoke Cops, Carriage Works

Multicultural Night (Folk Arts Council & Association for New Canadians) The Forgotten Bouzouki, Mahers Bahers & Mopaya. Music & food from around the world. $7 (Proceeds go to ANC) 7-9pm, Gower St United Church

Ram Hard, 10:30-1:30am, The Alternative

Ron Hynes, Rose & Thistle

The Idlers + guest, Distortion

Tuckamore Festival Prelude Concert: Chamber & solo works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Schubert & Beethoven, 12:30pm, St. Thomas’ Anglican Church (FREE)

Two for One (live music) Stetson Lounge

Vicky Hynes w/ Geoff & Dave Panting, 9:30pm, $6, The Ship

Weaving the Wind: Celtic harp recital by Ed Kavanagh. 1-2pm, Basilica Museum