Music: 6 Shows to See in Philly This Week

Choose from punk, rock, swing and more.

Lisa Hannigan is at Underground Arts on Saturday. Photo by Rich Gilligan

Lisa Hannigan is at Underground Arts on Saturday. Photo by Rich Gilligan

Dave Hause @ Boot & Saddle | Wednesday, February 22
Philadelphia native Dave Hause, of Paint It Black and The Loved Ones, may have relocated to California, but he plans to come back eventually: His third solo album, Bury Me In Philly, came out earlier this month.

Black Joe Lewis and The Honeybears @ Union Transfer | Thursday, February 23
The Austin-based punked-up soul/funk/blues band is on tour for Backlash, released earlier this month.

Drew Nugent @ La Peg | Friday, February 24
“Neo-swing master” Drew Nugent is celebrating the release of I’ll Never Be the Same, which features a mix of original songs and updated jazz tunes from last century. Tickets to the show include the new CD and a drink.

NPR’s Ask Me Another @ Keswick Theatre | Friday, February 24
This isn’t quite a concert, but it does include house musician Jonathan Coulton singing clues. Ophira Eisenberg hosts a live taping of NPR and WNYC’s trivia show, with the very funny Amy Sedaris joining as a special guest. Ask Me Another airs on WHYY locally.

Lisa Hannigan @ Underground Arts | Saturday, February 25
Irish singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan is on tour for her latest album, At Swim, which NPR Music called “a triumph of Hannigan’s understated versatility.”

Panic! at the Disco @ Wells Fargo Center | Saturday, February 25
Panic! at the Disco, led by the only original member, Brendon Urie, are on tour for their new poppy rock album, Death of a Bachelor. Misterwives and Saint Motel open.

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