Tuesday, March 5, 2013

The fresh stuff just isn't on the slopes

The music is as good as the snow at the mountain these days. Andy Cummings is back Thursday night in the Coppertop, playing songs off his recently released “Backyard Superhero” album and putting his stamp on classics from Sinatra to the Who.

Then on Friday it’s a return trip for McAlister Drive. Go wish ’em well ahead of their trek to the South by Southwest Music conference _ that magical music fest in Austin where careers get stoked.
Three Day Threshold performing overseas for U.S. troops

Three Day Threshold’s Coppertop date Saturday likewise comes ahead of a busy run for these country-rooted rockers. Three Day Threshold has a new album in the works and gig with the Avett Brothers this summer. TDT singer Kier Byrnes lays it all out in a post later this week.

Music begins at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Then Bruce Marshall, a staple of the Boston scene for decades who when not leading his own band has at times teamed with blues man James Montgomery and Southern rocker Toy Caldwell, wraps up the weekend with a show Sunday that starts at 4 p.m.

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